Soccer. Former FC striker Nolan Roux announces his retirement

Soccer. Former FC striker Nolan Roux announces his retirement
Soccer. Former FC Metz striker Nolan Roux announces his retirement

His connection with Matthieu Dossevi, in the FC jersey in 2017-2018, had caused damage. Author of 15 goals in one season for the Garnets, Nolan Roux has just announced his retirement from sport at the age of 36. The native of Compiègne had been without a club since his departure last summer from Châteauroux (). “Thank you football. I gave, I vibrated, I appreciated and hated you. You have been part of my life, I salute you and thank you,” he wrote in a publication on his Instagram account.

The striker, who began his career at in 2008, will have played more than 460 professional matches. He won the French Ligue 2 championship with Sang et Or in 2009 and was notably finalist in the Coupe de la Ligue in 2019, with Guingamp.

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