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Nether land legend Wesley Sneijder retires from International Football

THE HAGUE, Prague: The Netherlands' most-topped player Wesley Sneijder reported on Monday his retirement from football, cutting down the blind on a trophy-loaded vocation that spread over 17 years.
The 35-year-old, who played multiple times for his nation, made the declaration while addressing the YouTube channel of the place where he grew up club FC Utrecht in the wake of having purchased a corporate box at their arena.
"My association with the town is enormous. Presently I've resigned from football I need a decent spot to share my recollections," he said.
Sneijder, who made his global presentation in 2003 matured 19, grabbed a World Cup other participants decoration in 2010 as the Oranje were beaten by an overwhelming Spain in the South Africa last.
His showcases earned him the Silver Ball for the competition's second best player behind Uruguay's Diego Forlan. He completed his playing profession at Al Gharafa in Qatar's top-flight.

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