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O.M., Heinze: "I would leave at the end of the season"

28.05.2011 09.27 by Marco Gori  read 1610
Source: l'Equipe

33 year old defender Gabriel Heinze has officialized his decision to quit O.M. at the end of the season by declaring: "There is not a single reason why I made this decision. It's a personal choice and I think that it's the right one. I have the sensation to do a favour to Marseille by leaving".

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