Dabo calls time on his career
Former France international Ousmane Dabo has announced his retirement at the age of 34. The Frenchman, who enjoyed a 16-year career playing in some of Europe's top leagues, has decided to hang up his boots after a long battle against a succession of injuries.
Dabo, capped three times by his country, has been at
"I've had some physical issues that I haven't been able to heal, so I've decided to retire and release the club from my contract. I very much wish the
Dabo began his career with in his homeland with Rennes in 1995 before stints at Inter Milan, Parma, Atalanta, Monaco and two spells at Lazio. He also spent two and a half seasons at Manchester City between 2006 to 2008.