Kaka Quits Soccer 


Brazilian superstar Kaka has officially announced his retirement from professional football, bringing to a close an incredible career which saw him turn out for some of the world’s most decorated teams.

Kaka, 35, spent last season playing in the MLS with Orlando City, though had confirmed he would be leaving at the end of the campaign.

The Brazilian played his last professional match against Colombus Crew in October – a game in which his side were narrowly beaten 1-0.
Since, it was unclear whether Kaka would return to play one final stint in his native Brazil, or retire from the beautiful game for good.

Taking to social media on Sunday, the 35-year-old offered clarity on the situation.

Posting a black and white image of himself wearing the famous ‘I belong to Jesus’ t-shirt he sported in the Champions League final against Liverpool, Kaka issued a statement reflecting on his career.
‘Father, It was much more than I could ever imagined.

Thank you! I’m now ready for the next journey. In Jesus name. Amen,’ wrote Kaka.

Kaka’s rise in football correlated with an incredible trophy haul and personal accolades along the way.


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