Martina Müller of VfL Wolfsburg will finish her career at end of season
The German Football Federation has reported that VfL Wolfsburg has announced, Martina Müller will end her active career as a footballer after this season.
Martina Müller is a 101-times international who won the World title in 2003 and in 2007.
Müller is considered as one of the most important players in VfL Wolfsburg, a key part in the club’s treble win (league, German Cup and Champions League.
VfL Wolfsburg head coach Ralf Kellermann (translated by Google):
“The decision by Martina Müller is regrettable. She is a very deserving and important player who will be sorely missed. I can make this step after years of hardship and the triple burden but absolutely understand. Without Martina we would not be where we are today . She was the first national player with their loyalty to the VfL attract many other top players.”
Müller commented (translated by Google):
“I am glad that I have now made my decision. I have long fought against it, but I came to the conclusion that now is a good time. I can organize my life again and focus on things in the recent years have come too short by the sport.”
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