Samuel Eto'o retires from Football


Former Barcelona and Cameroon striker, Samuel Eto'o has retired from Football after 22 years of successful service.
The Football Legend played for Real Madrid, Mallorca, FC Barcelona, Chelsea, Inter Milan , Everton and other football teams in Europe.

The African confirmed his retirement in a Instagram post, he said, "THE END. TOWARDS A NEW CHALLENGE... Thank you all big love, adrenaline."

The 38-year-old forward started his career in 1997 and recorded a superb success in his career. The Cameroonian scored over 350 goals in his club career, winning the UEFA Champions League on three occasions, twice with Barcelona, and once with Inter Milan.
Eto'o also represented his country well at the International level, making 118 appearances for Cameroon, scoring 56 goals. He won two African Cup of Nations and one Olympic Gold medal with the National Team.

He recently had a season with Doha-based club, Qatar Sports Club before quitting football.

By Oladele Emmanuel Abiodun

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