Live it on July 8 Daily News Today, local time, 38-year-old Parma veteran Massimo Gobi posted a feed via Instagram and officially announced his retirement. In the dynamic, Goby wrote:
"30 years ago, I started to learn about football, and 30 years later, I ended my career. It was a wonderful journey! Thank you my family , Thank you for those who have been with me and are still supporting us. Thank you for those who have been around me during this journey. No matter how far we have gone together, you have left a mark on my journey. A hug Give it to you.
This year, 38-year-old Goby played the role of left-back. In 1996, Goby joined the AC Milan youth academy, and then moved to Treviso, Albino Lefe, Cagliari and Fiorentina. , Parma and Chievo. Goby became famous in Florence, and at his peak, Goby was excellent offensive and defensive. His characteristics are accurate crosses and tenacious style.
Last season, Goby joined the free transfer. Returned to Parma in Serie A and played 17 times for the team in various competitions, including 14 starts and contributed 1 assist.
Previously, Goby played for Parma from 2010 to 2015. During the time when Alessandro Lucarelli was the team’s captain, he served as the team’s deputy captain.
In his career, Gobi played 411 Serie A games and scored 12 goals and 24 assists.
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