Samuel Eto'o, a former Inter striker who won the Treble in 2010 under the wise leadership of José Mourinho, spoke to the jeuneafrique.com portal, focusing mainly on his retirement from football, which took place a few months ago.
PRIVILEGED – A bulletin board full of trophies, including a historic Triplete with Inter . All thanks also to the scores of goals scored in his career. Samuel Eto'o has been hanging up his boots for a few months, but he can certainly say he did it after having taken away a lot of satisfaction. It was the Cameroonian striker who insisted on reiterating that the withdrawal came at the right time, without any regrets: " I decided to retire because I knew it was the right time. At my age one always wonders if enough titles have been earned, if one is sufficiently prepared for what comes after football. I had the answer to these questions and so I decided it was time to stop. I have no regrets. When I look at where I started to get where I am now, I always repeat that I am privileged. I have no right to regret. I only have duties that require me to give something back. I want to help and make my contribution to transforming our continent ».
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