Former Man United defender Evra announces retirement

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  • Monday, 29 Jul 2019

FILE PHOTO: Football - Manchester United Victory Parade - Manchester - 10/11 - 30/5/11 Rio Ferdinand and Patrice Evra (R) - Manchester United with Premier League Trophy during the victory parade Mandatory Credit: Action Images / Craig Brough/File Photo

(Reuters) - Former Manchester United left back Patrice Evra announced his retirement from soccer on Monday, bringing a trophy-laden 20-year career to an end.

Evra played for United between 2006 and 2014 and won nine major trophies, including five Premier League titles and the Champions League. He made more than 700 club appearances in total and also earned 81 caps with the France national team.

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