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Arjen Robben has changed discipline.  "They told me I was an idiot" Football

Arjen Robben has changed discipline. “They told me I was an idiot” Football

Arjen Robben He finished his career in installments. The first time this happened was in 2019, when he left Bayern Munich after 10 years. After a year of hiatus, he decided to return to the game to help his first professional team – FC Groningen. In the 2020/21 season, he managed to play only 7 matches League matches, in which he scored assists.

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Robin did not give up sports And I discovered a new passion. It’s long distance running. According to foreign media, the former Bayern star is fond of long-distance running. German Der Spiegel wrote that Robin ran a marathon in Rotterdam. He traveled 42 kilometers in 3:13:40. He needed 69 minutes more than winner Abdi Nagy, a Dutch-Somali marathon runner. He reached the finish line as a 1356 competitor.

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– It wasn’t really fun! I’m done running, but that’s it. I was physically exhausted, it was real fight. The audience helped a lot. acclaim Let me order it out. I was a bit worried about the time at first, but at one point I threw it overboard. Then I thought of walking all the way and finishing the first marathon, he told Dutch station Regenmond.

“Some people have told me I’m an idiot, but I’m just a fan of the sport,” Arjen Robben said after the race. His timing could have been better, but he disrupted his preparations a few weeks ago Corona Virus. – I was especially afraid of the last part. But you just have to get to the finish line, he said. In fact, up to the 35th kilometer, Robin maintained a steady pace of 4 minutes per kilometer. But then he slowed down.

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Arjen Robben is a living legend of the Dutch national team Bayern Munich. From “Orange” (96 matches, 37 goals) in 2010 he won the world championship for the vice game, and during 10 seasons of playing in Munich (309 matches, 144 goals and 101 assists) he reached the German championship eight times and won the championship. League once. It was Robben who scored the winning goal in the final at Wembley against Borussia Dortmund (2:1) in 2013.

The 37-year-old Dutchman, who has multiple injuries, also played for PSV Eindhoven and Chelsea real madridHe began and ended his career in Groningen in the Netherlands.