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OFFICIAL - Brazilian-German striker CACAU quits at 35

11.10.2016 17.38 by Claudio Colla  read 4193

Capable of winning Bundesliga in 2006/07 as Stuttgart main scorer, plus being a two-time DfB Pokal runner-up and a World Cup 2010 bronze medal (with German NT), Brazilian-born 35-year old Cacau announced having quit football. A Stuttgart player from 2003/04 to 2013/14, as well for their second squad during last season second half, by now former player told German media: "Some second-rate league and foreign clubs submitted me offers. But I wasn't driven enough to accept them, then I decided to end it. In the future, I'd like to get an executive task in Bundesliga".

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