Former Mali, Liverpool midfielder Mohamed Sissoko retires

Former Mali, Liverpool midfielder Mohamed Sissoko retires
Former Mali, Liverpool midfielder Mohamed Sissoko retires

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Former Liverpool and Mali midfielder Mohamed Sissoko has announced his retirement from active football at the age of 34.

Sissoko’s last experience on the football pitch was with FC Sochaux in the French Ligue 2 after he had moved to them as a free agent in January 2019, but he only lasted for six months.

The former Mali captain went through few giant clubs during his career as he played for Valencia, Liverpool, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain.

He represented 14 clubs in total throughout his career, including spells in India, Hong Kong, China, Indonesia and Mexico.

Sissoko failed to find a club during the past six months following his final spell at Sochaux, which might have acted as a catalyst for the decision to hang his boots.

During his European career, the 34-year-old won two Uefa Super Cups, Ligue 1 and La Liga titles, one FA Cup and the Uefa Europa League.

Sissoko represented Mali in 34 international game scoring two goals.

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