Vissel Kobe’s ex-Spain midfielder Andres Iniesta will be playing football until the age of 40. But it is unclear whether he will choose to work as a coach after his career ends.
Ex-Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta, 37, continues to enjoy his football career. And will continue on to football until the age of 40 following a new deal with Vissel Kobe. as in the city of raw fish
Iniesta has had a successful career that reflects his status as one of the best midfielders of his generation. Winning the World Cup (2010) and two European Championships (2008 and 2012) with the Spanish national team. Including four Champions League titles, as well as many other trophies with Barcelona.
The former Spain midfielder moved from Albacete to La Masia’s academy since 1996. Before moving up to Barcelona’s first team six years later, playing for Azou. Lagrana lasted until the end of the 2017-2018 season, playing a total of 674 games and scoring 57 goals.
After that, Iniesta moved to the Sino League with Vissel Kobe, whom he called home to the club for three years, leading the team to the Emperor’s Cup and Japan’s trophies. The Nice Super Cup before a contract extension which allowed him to play football until the age of 40.
When asked how he still sees passing the ball seemingly impossible or surviving in tight spaces playing in tight spaces. And he’ll also take you back three decades and nearly 7,000 miles to a temporary stadium in Fuente Alvilla. his home town
‘I consider myself an easy-to-understand player and read the game a few steps ahead of time,’ Iniesta told the BBC. It’s as much as possible.’
‘Something happened. Something I’m processing in my head. It’s hard to explain those things. it happens automatically I can learn these things since I was young or through repetition.’
‘In football, if you start to think You might be moving too slow.’