Portuguese international Orlando Sa announced, this Wednesday, the end of his football career, through a message he shared on social media.
“It was a difficult decision, but I gained courage and decided to end my career as a player after confirming a new injury. The trip was amazing and unique. Not everything was as easy as they think, but I feel perfect, satisfied, and flattered to be a part of football, but this new injury makes it impossible for me to do my best to contribute at the highest level to this profession that I love, ”said the applicant.
Orlando Sá started his career at Esposende. After periods in Maria da Fonte and Sp. Braga, FC Porto and Nacional, the striker went abroad, playing with Fulham, AEL Limassol, Legia Warsaw, Reading, Maccabi Tel Aviv, Standard de Liège, Henan FC and finally Malaga.
Orlando Sa also joined the Portuguese national team at the hands of Carlos Queiroz and played a special match against Finland.
For FC Porto, Sá won the Portuguese Cup and the Super Cup. Also in the striker’s approach are the Polish Cup, the Belgian Cup, the Intertoto Cup with Sporting de Braga, and the League Cup twice in Israel and Cyprus.
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