FilGoal | News | “There will be no team after Barcelona” .. Pique announces his retirement and reveals his date

FilGoal | News | “There will be no team after Barcelona” .. Pique announces his retirement and reveals his date

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Barcelona defender Gerard Pique announced his official retirement with a video clip through his account on the social networking site Twitter.

Pique’s farewell speech was as follows:

To Barcelona fans. This is me, Gerard. In the past weeks and months a lot of people have talked about me, and so far I haven’t said anything, but now I want to be the one speaking for myself.

Like many of you, I have always been a fan of Barcelona. She was born into a family that loves football and supports Barcelona.

Since I was young, I didn’t want to be a footballer, but a Barcelona player.

I was thinking a lot about this kid in this kid lately, while little Gerrard would think of him if he was told that all his dreams would come true.. He would reach the Barcelona first team and win

With all possible tournaments, he will become the European and world champion. He will play with the best players in history, become one of the captains of the team and make friends for life.

It has been 25 years since I joined Barcelona. I left and then came back. Football gave me everything, Barcelona gave me everything, and you Barca fans gave me everything.

Now that all of this child’s dreams have come true, I want to tell you that I have decided that now is the time to end this journey.

I’ve always said there won’t be any other team after Barcelona, ​​and that’s how it will be.

Saturday’s game is my last at the Camp Nou. I will become a regular fan and support the team and pass on my love for Barcelona to my children as my family did to me. And you know me, sooner or later I’ll be back. I’ll see you at Camp Nou. Long live Barcelona.. always.

Pique’s current contract was to expire in the summer of 2024, but he decided to end the trip early.

Barcelona will play next Saturday (November 5) against Almeria in the Spanish League.

Pique joined the Catalan club’s juniors a quarter of a century ago, and was promoted to the under-16 team in 2001.

In 2003, the defender was promoted to the Under-19 team, then moved to Manchester United in the summer of 2004.

After being loaned in the 2006-2007 season with Real Zaragoza, Pique returned to United, and then returned to his home in the summer of 2008.

Since that day, he has never left Barcelona again.

In Manchester, he won the English Premier League, the Community Shield and the European Champions League.

In Catalonia, Pique won the Spanish League title 8 times, the King’s Cup 7 times, and the Spanish Super 6 times.

At the continental level, the veteran defender won the Champions League 3 times, the European Super 3 times, and also the Club World Cup 3 times.

As for the Spanish national team, he did not catch up with the beginning of the revolution in Euro 2008, but he won the only World Cup in the country’s history in 2010, and Euro 2012.

In total, Pique played 666 matches with clubs, 615 with Barcelona, ​​28 with Manchester United, and 23 with Real Zaragoza.

With this, Pique ends his career at the age of 35 years.

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