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Eden Hazard announces retirement from football after stint with Real Madrid




Belgian football star Eden Hazard has officially retired from professional football at the age of 32. Hazard, who had an illustrious career marked by impressive performances and injuries, made the announcement via a heartfelt message.

Hazard’s career took an unexpected twist when he joined Real Madrid from Chelsea. Although it was a dream move for the talented winger, his time at the Spanish club was plagued by recurring injuries, which severely hindered his ability to shine on the field.

Despite the challenges, Hazard did manage to achieve one of his career goals by winning the UEFA Champions League with Real Madrid.

In his retirement message, Hazard reflected on his career, saying, “You must listen to yourself and say stop at the right time. After 16 years and more than 700 matches played, I have decided to end my career as a professional footballer.”

He expressed gratitude for the incredible journey he had, acknowledging the role of managers, coaches, teammates, and the clubs he represented, which included LOSC (Lille), Chelsea, and Real Madrid. He also extended his thanks to the Royal Belgian Football Association (RBFA) for his time with the Belgian national team.

Hazard concluded his message by expressing his appreciation for his family, friends, advisors, and the unwavering support of his fans. He stated, “Now is the time to enjoy my loved ones and have new experiences. See you off the field soon my friends.”

The retirement of Eden Hazard marks the end of an era in football, leaving fans and colleagues alike with fond memories of his remarkable career and a sense of what might have been if injuries had not played such a significant role in his journey.

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