At 44 and after 31 teams in his career, ‘Loco’ Abreu finally retires

“Everything I could dream of, I ended up getting by playing in Mines and he had nothing more to give. I gave everything and being able to make the decision in force, active at 44 years old and with the team well located, is the best way, “he told Ovation, the daily sports supplement The country.

Abreu will hang up his boots 26 years and 6 days after his professional debut, on June 4, 1995, when he played in the Defender Sporting. And he did it in front of the Liverpool, the same team against which he will say goodbye this Friday.

The footballer remembered for the penalty that “stung” in the 2010 South Africa World Cup versus Ghana, which involved the classification of Uruguay for the semi-finals of the tournament, he leaves the pitch after wearing the Defender Sporting, San Lorenzo, Deportivo de La Coruña, Guild, Tecos, Nacional, Cruz Azul, America, Dorados, Monterrey, San Luis, Tigres and River Plate.

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