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Surprisingly, the Welsh football star announced his retirement from football completely, at the age of 33, after a long career that witnessed achievements and “setbacks”.
On Monday, Wales and Los Angeles FC striker Gareth Bale announced his retirement from football at the international level as well as with clubs.
"After careful consideration, I announce my immediate retirement from international football and club football," Bale said on Twitter.
Bill played the 2022 World Cup with his country a few weeks ago, and failed to achieve any victory, and Wales suffered two defeats against England and Iran, and a single draw with the United States.
Bale went through a long career, most notably with Real Madrid, where he won the Champions League 5 times, but his career was "stained" by disagreements with management and coaches, and his refusal to move, until he became a financially "dependent" on the team, in his later years.
And last summer, Bale finally moved from Real Madrid and went to the United States, but he only played 12 matches in the ranks of Los Angeles, before playing the World Cup, then announcing his retirement.