Samuel Eto’o Retires from Football at 38

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Former Cameroon hitman, Samuel Eto’o, has retired from professional football aged 38 with a career span stretching 22 years for 13 clubs in 6 countries.
He is also most decorated African player of all-timel and the only player in history to win the treble in consecutive seasons with two different teams.
The prolific former Barcelona and Chelsea marksman holds a strong case as the best African footballer of all time.
With 718 games, the four time African Footballer of the Year scored 359 goals and had 116 assists with a total of 22 trophies.
His career trophies are below:
2 AFCONS 🏆🏆
1 Olympic Gold 🥇
2 Copa del Rey 🏆🏆
3 UCL 🏆🏆🏆
3 La Liga 🏆🏆🏆
1 Serie A 🏆
2 Coppa Italia 🏆🏆
AFCON all-time top scorer ⚽️
4 African Player of the Year 🌍
Eto’o also won the FIFA Club World Cup with Inter Milan in 2010 and is the highest goalscorer at the Africa Cup of Nations with 18 goals.

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