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The challenge of Uruguay’s veteran striker, listed in the Guinness Book of World Records, still shows no sign of stopping. The story is about former Uruguayan striker Sebastian Abreu, who is 44 years old this year 메이저사이트
Uruguayan media Republika said Abreu saved his 30th team in his career. Abreu recently joined Brazilian club Atlético de Club Minas Gerais. At first glance, it seems to be the most common transfer news. However, if the main character is Abreu, the situation is different. Abreu had his 30th team on the move. Only the league he played in is 11 places.
For this reason, Abreu is considered the best Zunny Man in football history. It was also listed in the Guinness Book of World Records in 2017. At the time of the Guinness Book of World Records, he had the 27th team in the standard record, but he continued to move afterwards, achieving his 30th transfer. The South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) also showed interest in the news through social media.
It is also surprising that he is still continuing his active career. Abreu was born on October 17, 1976. He is 44 years old, and even if he retires, it won’t be strange. Abreu made his professional debut for Uruguay club Deppensor Sporting in 1995, and played for Uruguay at the 2002 FIFA Korea-Japan World Cup and the 2010 FIFA South Africa World Cup. It is also related to Korea. Abreu scored in the match against South Korea in February 2002, and also shook the net in a return match in South Korea in June 2003. The Uruguayan national team quit in 2012, but Abreu does not seem to give up as much as his active career through repeated transfers.
Abreu’s transfer was accompanied by a series of injuries. This is because his son Diego Abreu signed a professional contract with Uruguayan club Defensor, whose father made his professional debut. Attention is focusing on whether Diego will become a long-run player like his father.