SCOTT SINCLAIR has proved age is just a number after undergoing an incredible physical transformation despite reaching the end of his football career.
Former Celticwowed the fans with his shredded after posting a update on .
Sinclair, 34, currently plays for his youth club Bristol Rovers in Englandafter he got through the ranks Stadium before sealing his dream move in the year 2005.
He most recently joined Joey Barton’s teamon a free after spending two years at Preston North End following his exit from Parkhead in 2020.
the previousThe City and Aston Villa winger spent four years in after Brendan Rodgers, who worked with him at Chelsea and Swansea, brought him to the club in 2016 as one of his first signings as Parkhead manager.
He enjoyed a period full of trophiesHe lifted nine trophies under the Northern Irishman and it wasn’t long before he was making his mark at the Hoops.
Sinclair finished his freshman season at 21and seven assists from 35 league appearances and was named a PFA Player of the Year and SFWA of the year.
His pace and mobility made him a nightmare for defenders, and most players couldn’t get close to him due to his small and agile size and excellent dribbling skills.
But defenders in the South have another threat to deal withseason after he started hitting the gym as he now looks almost twice his size game days.
Fans were shocked by the Wideman’s appearance, with one hilariously dubbing him a “robot gladiator stallion.”
He uploaded a picture of his new huge tattered look and captioned his Instagram post: “The 1% rule…”
Sinclair refers to his insanityFat percentage, but one fan joked that he’s talking about something else entirely.
reply to his answersomeone said, “FFS 1% human, 99% robotic gladiator stud.”
Others were impressed with his new looks and one called his transformation “terrifying”.
Another laughed: “You really have to start taking care of yourself.”
Someone else joked, “Shreddy Sheringham.”
FormerAnd Victor Anichebe claimed so is wrong, as he wrote: “ “.
While a sixth said: “Get off the Roids big man.”
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