Monday, 13 November 2017

Sacked Marseille Star Evra Vows To Return Stronger Than Ever

Sacked Olympique Marseille full back Patrice Evra has no plans to hang up the boots.
The former Manchester United captain was banned, fined and sacked following his kung-fu kick on one of his own Marseille fans ahead of Marseille's Europa League tie at Guimaraes earlier this month.

The incident earned Evra, 36, a ban from European club competition until June 30, 2018, and a N4 million fine.

Since his ban only applies to UEFA club competitions, Evra could still play in a domestic league, and the former Manchester United man said in a video post on his Instagram page that he remained positive about his future. 
"What a day," he said.

"You know guys, it's Monday, so happy Monday. Sometimes life, you know, you can feel it's really heavy but you always have to keep smiling and of course keep loving this game.

"I swear to God I will come back stronger as ever. Always positive energy. Don't be lazy. I don't know what you are doing right now, but me, I am pushing a car because I want to be better and better than I was before. 

"I am coming. I am coming, guys. I am coming. I love this game."

His agent Federico Pastorello also said: “Obviously he's not feeling great at the moment but his career will not end here, he doesn't want to leave the game in this way. 

 “He is physically stronger than he was five or six years ago and plenty of people have already been in touch with us. 

 "Patrice won't be going back to Serie A after so many years at Juventus but we're not ruling anything out, even Napoli, but that would be difficult I think."

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