Patrice Evra officially hung up his boots and called time on his footballing career earlier this week.
He played no football in the 2018/19 season and we last saw him on the pitch with a West Ham kit back in 2017/18.
But regardless of that, it’s fair to say the now 38-year-old defender had a colourful career without a shadow of a doubt.
And he has since taken to Instagram to share a brilliant tribute to all of his former clubs, sending them a thank you message and tagging them all in the process.
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Just would like to say a massive thanks to all the teams I played with, all my teammates, manager, the fans !!! the people working behind the scenes in every club all my opponents and of course for your unconditional love for me ❤? #ilovethisgame #positive4evra #marsala #monza #lesulis @ogcnice @asmonaco @manchesterunited @juventus @olympiquedemarseille @westham
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Evra played for a number of high profile teams throughout his rich career, including Nice, Monaco, Juventus, Marseille, West Ham and of course, Manchester United.
He is best known for his days spent at Old Trafford as he has played a total of 379 games for the Red Devils, tallying ten goals and a massive 40 assists.
Manchester United are also the team whose colours he defended the longest, from 2006 to 2014, and memories of his finest performances at Old Trafford will certainly be clouded in nostalgia.