Nadir Haroub 'Cannavaro': I have another season before retiring

“Cannavaro” has been with Yanga for 13 years winning seven league titles

Yanga skipper, Nadir Haroub “Cannavaro” has claimed that he has at least two seasons left before announcing his retirement from football.

Speaking after their 2-0 victory against Ethiopia’s Wolayta Dicha, Cannavaro revealed that he still feels good and energetic on the pitch and believes he can still help the team for another season.

He added by saying that, any football team must contain young players and experienced ones in order to make a strong minded squad.

“I feel very good when on the pitch, I feel that I can serve my team for another season, every team has young and aged players just like we ado” said Cannavaro.

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Asked about their victory, Cannavaro replied that it was a good win but they have to be more aggressive in the second leg in Ethiopia on April 18.

'Cannavaro' who started the game on the bench was introduced after Vicente Andrew sustained a groin injury in the second half.

Cannavaro has been with Yanga for 13 years, winning seven league titles, one FA cup and two Kagame cups.

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