Patrice Evra retires from football
Patrice Evra retires from football
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Patrice Evra retires from football

Former Manchester United defender Patrice Evra has retired from football as he embarks on a journey to become a football coach.

The 38-year-old Frenchman won ten trophies during his time with United; the trophies including five Premier League titles, three league cups, one Champions League and one FIFA Club World Cup.

The announcement closes his 20 years playing chapter with the players having represented Monaco, United, Juventus, Marseille, and West Ham United during those seasons.

Evra joined the Sir. Alex Ferguson coached side then in January 2006 from Monaco together with defender Nemanja Vidic and made 273 appearances before leaving for Juventus in 2014.

Serie A

In Turin, he won three Serie A titles before returning home to feature for Olympique Marseille. Hr had a rough time with a section of Marseille fan after kicking a fan in one of the UEFA Europa League games.

He was to cross over to West Ham at the start of 2018 season but only managed five appearances before being released.

At the International scene, Evra featured 81 times for his nation without scoring a single goal.

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