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Moroccan midfielder Youssouf Hadji to retire from football

Youssouf Hadji, Moroccan footballer, to retire from football./Ph. DR
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Moroccan international footballer Youssouf Hadji announced Wednesday, 9th of May, that he will retire from football by the end of the current season, reports France Football.

The 38-year-old attacking midfielder spent most of his career playing for AS Nancy, a French association football club based in Nancy, Lorraine. With the club, he played 347 games and scored 85 goals, having «the second best score in Nancy’s history, behind Michel Platini», says So Foot.

Hadji’s last game as a footballer will be played in Marcel Picot, a stadium located in Tomblaine, France, near the city of Nancy against Orleans. Youssouf Hadji played with the Atlas Lions in 2004 when they were competing for the African Nations Cup.

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