By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
Former Liverpool and PSG forward, David Ngog has announced his retirement from professional football.
Sources say the 31-year-old former French international at youth level has told his Lithuanian FK Zalgiris that he is calling time on his career, barely four months after he joined the Club.
The erstwhile Swansea forward spent six years of his career in England where he equally represented Bolton Wanderers.
The PSG Academy graduate puts an end to a 14-year football career which took him across six countries in Europe, in the colors of 9 Clubs.
He scored two goals and assisted one in five appearances in his last season as a professional footballer.
In all, the Douala-native played 373 games for different Clubs, and the French youth teams from which he scored 91 goals.
Ngog is the cousin of former French international Jean Alain Boumsong who was also eligible to represent Cameroon through their parents but opted to represent France.
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