Mehdi Ben Attia He announces his retirement from football. At the age of 34, the Moroccan defender – who in Italy wore the shirts of Udinese, Roma and Juventus – put an end to his adventure in Fatih Karagomruk that began with little success last summer and also to his adventure as a footballer. This is his message.
“From an early age I had only one dream, to be a professional footballer. To get there I had to work hard and make sacrifices, but above all I set new goals at every stage of my career. Thank God I was lucky enough Becoming a professional football player, but as they say in this profession, the hardest part is not to sign the first contract but to continue with the passage of time.After more than 15 years of “good and loyal service” to football, having played in the most prestigious competition, I decided Finishing my career, Throughout my career I met great people who allowed me to build myself, that’s why I want to pay tribute to all the clubs I visited: OM, Lorient, Tours, Clermont, Udinese, Roma, Bayern Munich, Juventus Turin, Duhail, Karagomrock.This allowed me to Working also in defending and representing my country, Morocco, with whom I lived unforgettable moments, various African Cups of Nations but especially the 2018 World Cup. Finally in conclusion, I would like to thank everyone who has supported and supported me all this time, my parents, my wife, my children, my agent, my dear friends and you Those who follow me say that the end of something is I always start something else…so I say see you soon, always with work and passion as a guiding principle.
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