Uruguayan striker Sebastian “Loco” Abreu, a football player who played for a record 31 clubs, ended his career at the age of 44.
“In order to change, the day I resigned has come,” Abreu commented, who was also included in the Guinness Book of World Records for the number of clubs he played for.
On Friday afternoon, he played the last game for the U.S. court in the Uruguay Championship and has plans to continue his coaching career, which began in San Teclo, El Salvador and the Boston River in Uruguay.
Abreu has played in ten countries around the world, but his club is mainly the South American team, starting from Defensor Sporting, which started his career, to the Uruguay national team, the Spanish team, the Boston River team and the United States team.
There are three clubs in Argentina – San Lorenzo, River Plate and Rosario Central – and six Brazilian clubs – Porto Alegre, Botafogo, Feigailunse, bangu, Liao Bu Ranko and Athletic Club, while in Europe he only played for two Spanish clubs, Deportivo and Real Sociedad.
Abramovich’s round-the-world travels also brought him to Mexico, where he played for Tecos de Guadalajara, Cruz Azul, América, Dorados de Sinaola (the club that briefly coached Diego Maradona), San Luis, and Monterrey Grace.
Finally, in order to improve his football culture, Abreu defend Jerusalem Beta, Aris Thessaloniki, Ao Kasi Ecuador, Paraguay Sun America, Chile and El Salvador Shengtekeli club Monta Hong Kong, Italy The colors of Audax and Magellan.