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The end clap: Goran Pandev ends his career at 39

End clap for Goran Pandev, who announced his retirement on Thursday at the age of 39. “Looking back, it seems unreal… It has been an incredible adventure“, Pandev wrote on Instagram. “A beautiful chapter is coming to an end… I carry with me an incredible baggage of emotions… I am happy to have shared them together (with you),” he continued.

Arriving at Inter Milan at just 18, Pandev has spent most of his club football career in Italy, where he notably wore the colors of Lazio, Napoli, Galatasaray and Genoa, before a final stint in Parma last season, with 11 Serie B appearances. The elegant left-hander took part in the Nerazzurri’s historic quintuple in 2010, when the team won the Serie A, Coppa Italia, Champions League, Supercopa of Italy and the Club World Cup.

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Without a club since the end of last season, Pandev is considered a hero in his homeland of North Macedonia, where he is the most capped player and top scorer of all time with 38 goals in 122 appearances for the club. National team.

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