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Post by Don't call me James on Fri 29 Apr - 18:03:22

oh ffs. It hits in the feels.

Man I used to play with Udinese on FIFA so much just so I could build around Di Natale and make him win Scudetto and CL.

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Post by DeviAngel on Fri 29 Apr - 18:18:40

ES wrote:Toto is retiring, his last game is going to be against Carpi

Nope he isn't retiring just yet.

Official: Di Natale to leave Udinese
Antonio Di Natale has confirmed that he will leave Udinese at the end of the season, but he won’t retire.

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Post by Kaladin on Fri 29 Apr - 18:27:47

Oh my bad, read on twitter 'Di Natale to play his last game for Udinese against Carpi' and thought he was gonna retire

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Post by RealGunner on Fri 29 Apr - 18:32:01

MLS beckons

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Post by Don't call me James on Fri 29 Apr - 19:18:57

ES you *bleep* *bleep*.

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Post by M99 on Fri 29 Apr - 19:52:46

Come to NYC you stud.

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Post by rincon on Wed 4 May - 14:51:35

Luca Toni to retire this week.
He chose his last game to be Verona-Juventus on sunday Sad

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Post by rwo power on Wed 4 May - 16:30:32

Sad to see him leave the big stage! It was fun watching him in the Bundesliga for a while.

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Post by M99 on Wed 4 May - 21:11:16

Legend Molenation

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Post by Doc on Thu 12 May - 7:47:25

Speaking of retirements, to make all those who remember feel a lot older than their age or general well being would feel, Juan Carlos Valeron retired  from football at the wonderful age of 40 last week.

Should have mentioned it sooner but I got tied up with Madrid affairs. Anyway, here is a quote from Sid Lowe's article that pretty much sums up this wonderful Spaniard and amazing footballer.

I think this goes some way to summing up what he meant to the game as a whole.
As Diego Tristán once quite aptly put it: "He wasn't considered the best, because he didn't want to be".

He was and will remain an example: Of talent, of generosity, of an exceptional football player and just as outstanding a human being also.
One of the very few (even above a World Cup final scoring winner like Don Andres) who was/is respected at every ground he played at... even that of so called "arch-rivals", as the standing ovation at the Balaidos a few years back demonstrates.

I was fortunate enough to see him play live... a lot! More so even to be at his last ever official game at the Riazor recently. Where both pre and post match he spent a considerable amount of time signing autographs, posing for selfies with the ball boys, and hugged the grounds staff and kit men like long lost relatives. This type of humility being precisely something that characterised his entire career, "He was that good, because he was so good" as the article somewhat effectively relays.

But neither I, nor the many fellow professionals, and countless journalists and fans who have tried. Could ever give a glowing enough eulogy that will perdure anywhere near as long as his impact on the game itself will.
Simply put: #GraciasValerón - #Eterno21, #SempreNoNosoCorazon!

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Post by dostoevsky on Sat 14 May - 3:10:53

@rincon wrote:Luca Toni to retire this week.
He chose his last game to be Verona-Juventus on sunday Sad

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Luca Toni will mark his retirement by saluting Bayern Munich fans at the Allianz Arena tomorrow afternoon.

The Verona striker hung up his boots with a Panenka-style penalty in the 2-1 Serie A victory over Juventus last week.

Now Hellas have announced on their club website that Bayern Munich also want to give Toni a final salute to the supporters.

He has been invited to Munich for their last home game of the season against Hannover 96.

His farewell to the fans is part of the protocol for their Bundesliga title celebrations.

Toni turns 39 later this month and wore the Bayern jersey from 2007 to 2010, scoring 58 goals in 89 competitive games.

He won two editions of the Bundesliga, where he was also top scorer with 24 goals in 2007-08, and the German Cup twice too.

Fantastic gesture from Bayern Munich Thumbs up
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Post by Don't call me James on Thu 9 Jun - 21:57:09

Agger retired

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Post by RealGunner on Thu 9 Jun - 22:17:56

Any reason?

31 is too young to retire.
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Post by S on Thu 2 Feb - 21:13:41

Lampard announces his retirement from football

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Post by Socur Toxanarosa on Thu 2 Feb - 22:46:16

@S wrote:Lampard announces his retirement from football



Best English player of the PL era Crying or Very sad

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Post by Hapless_Hans on Sat 20 May - 21:50:29



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Post by Tomwin Lannister on Sat 20 May - 21:53:43

I can't deal with any more top rated full backs in FIFA retiring ffffs

When Alves is done i'm out.

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Post by CBarca on Sat 20 May - 22:00:40

Absolute legends. A proper sending off for them and I'm glad to see them both go out "on top" as the commentator put it, as opposed to sticking around until they're too old and too shite to be of any use to a good team anymore.

Wouldn't mind them coming to MLS tho

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Post by Lucifer on Sat 20 May - 22:13:28

Feel bad for both especially for Xabi, one of my favorites of all time. I won't be able to handle however, Totti leaving tbh. Hope Roma plan something grand for the King of Rome.
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Post by juve_gigi on Sun 21 May - 0:55:05

Italy legend Buffon takes to video to wish Lahm well on retirement...


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Post by Blue Barrett on Sun 21 May - 15:03:33

Buffon is like an elder statesman of the game these days. Will be a sad day when he hangs up his gloves.

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Post by RealGunner on Sun 8 Oct - 13:32:02

Andrea Pirlo has confirmed that he will retire from football when his New York City FC contract expires in December.
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Post by Lucifer on Sun 8 Oct - 13:55:51

Sad
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Post by rincon on Sun 8 Oct - 14:18:37

Such an incredible player Sad

Milan, Italy, Juve, irreplaceable for all his teams. By far my favorite midfielder ever.
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Post by Kaladin on Sun 8 Oct - 16:04:17

One of the best midfielders in the game, its insane that we were able to witness greats like him with Xavi, Iniesta, Benzema, Scholes, etc

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Post by Myesyats on Sun 8 Oct - 16:12:35

One of the few great players that probably no one dislikes. What a legend

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