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Ryan Mason has confirmed he will retire from football with immediate following the head injury he suffered in January last year.

The former Tottenham midfielder was playing for Hull City when he fractured his skull in a Premier League match against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

He hasn’t played since, and after taking advice from specialists the 26-year-old has taken the difficult decision to end his playing career.

Mason made 70 appearances for Spurs, scoring four goals – he was a crucial part of the team during Mauricio Pochettino’s first season at the club.

The football community has been reacting to the news on Twitter.

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