4 Players Who Said Their Goodbyes To Their Fans Over The Weekend

In the world of football, nobody is expected to play forever on a professional level.

Over the years, fans result in tears whenever they see their best players leave a club or retire.

However, several players announced their departures from their current club, while other players had their farewell games this weekend.

So, this article will focus on 4 top players who said their goodbyes to their fans during the weekend games. Take a look!

1. Erling Haaland

After his move to Manchester City was confirmed, the Norwegian striker said his goodbye during Dortmund’s last home game against Hertha Berlin.

The 21-year-old striker was appreciated by the fans and the team.

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2. Lorenzo Insigne

The Napoli captain played his final home against Genoa.

The 30-year-old scored a goal to mark his farewell. Note that the Napoli fans also showed banners to support Insigne.

After the game, the Italian winger was given a high trophy by the team’s officials.

Also, note that Insigne was very emotional after the game because he has spent 10 years at Napoli.

3. Mark Noble

The 35-year-old midfielder also said his goodbye to the fans during West Ham’s home game against Manchester City.

The midfielder started his career at West Ham United and has spent more than 15 years at the club.

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After the game against Manchester City, Mark Noble and his family were appreciated.

4. Luis Suarez

The 35-year-old striker played his last home game for Atletico Madrid this season in the “1-1” draw against Sevilla.

Note that Luis Suarez was spotted crying after he got replaced in the 65th minute.

After the game, Luis Suarez and his family also said their goodbyes to fans.

On the other hand, the fans displayed different appreciation banners from the stands.




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