The Spanish midfielder has a record of achievements to most to say.
Xavi Hernandez hangs soon his football boots on the hook. Compared to the Spanish newspaper Sport confirming the 37-year-old midfielder that he the season, his Qatari club Al-Sadd are still uitdoet. Then he focuses on a trainerscarrière.
I am tired faster, and recover less quickly
“This is definitely my last year as a footballer. Next year I want a license as a coach to achieve and a coach, ” says Xavi. “I’ve always had the luck little injured. Now approaching my career the end. In Qatar, I am to finishing. I am tired faster, and recover less quickly.’
Xavi made between 1998 and 2015 the beautiful weather in Barcelona. He won with the Catalans, including eight times, the Spanish title three times, the Copa del Rey and four times in the Champions League.
The Spaniard played 133 times for the national team (13 goals) and was with his country world champion (2010) and twice European champion (2008 and 2012).
‘Barça is the most difficult club in the world’
Sport/Voetbalmagazine published in september of last year. another interview with Xavi in the Qatari capital Doha, where he, among other things, his vision about his ex-club Barça gave. Read the full interview.