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Forward Pavel Pogrebnyak spoke about her future.

“My professional career as a football player in the RPL or in the First League is over,” the football player said. – Even if they call from Manchester United, I won’t go, my career is over.

– It turns out that now we can say: Pavel Pogrebnyak ended his professional career as a football player?
“Time will tell,” Pogrebnyak said in an interview with RB-Sport.

A graduate of Spartak, Pogrebnyak played for nine Russian clubs, including Zenit and Dynamo. He also played for the German “Stuttgart” and the English “Fulham” and “Reading”. The striker’s last club was Ural, from which he left last year.

With Zenit, Pogrebnyak won the 2008 Russian Super Cup, the 2007/08 UEFA Cup and the 2008 UEFA Super Cup, and also became the national champion in 2007. As part of Tosno, the striker expanded his collection of trophies with the Russian Cup-2017/18.

In the Russian national team, the striker played 33 matches in which he scored eight goals. Pogrebnyak took part in one major tournament of national teams – Euro 2012.

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