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Wexford's Graeme Molloy Forced To Retire From Inter-County Football

Wexford's Graeme Molloy Forced To Retire From Inter-County Football
By PJ Browne
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Wexford footballer Graeme Molloy has been forced to call a day on his inter-county career due to a knee injury.

Molloy, who mainly played full-back for his county, made his Championship debut in 2009.

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Molloy told the Wexford People that he has no cartilage remaining in his left knee.

I will not be lining out for my county again. I visited the surgeons last week. They told me there is nothing more they can do. I've no cartilage left in the knee, it's simply bone-on-bone.

There's no way the knee could hold up to the intense training to compete at the top level of football.

It's been forced on me. It's not a decision I wanted to make.

News of Molloy's retirement has been met with tributes from Andrew Shore and Matty Forde.

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Picture credit: Matt Browne / SPORTSFILE

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