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Retiring at Bucs felt right - Benni

2015-05-22 12:20
Benni McCarthy (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Former West Ham United and FC Porto forward, Benni McCarthy, said that ending his career in a league where it all started felt right.

Read: Bucs' injury list growing shorter

According to Soccer Laduma, McCarthy said that he enjoyed coming back to South Africa and being able to don the colours of the team he supported while growing up.

“It felt right to finish my career where it all started,” said McCarthy.

“I felt that I played well and entertained people, and I was top scorer.

“We won trophies. It was a lot of fun.”

The now 37-year-old is doing his UEFA B coaching license and currently in the process of finishing his final assessment.

The former Seven Stars striker reveals that if all goes well he plans on completing his UEFA A and pro license.

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