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Former bogeyman of Red Devils stops as international

Hal Robson-Kanu keeps it for viewed as a Welsh international. The 27-year-old attacker from West Bromwich, who at the european CHAMPIONSHIPS 2016 in France in the quarterfinals, scored against the Red Devils, wants to devote more time to his club and his family.

“I am very grateful that I my dream I live by my country to represent. It was quite an honor to have the national shirt to wear. But now the time has come for there to be more for my club and my family. I wish Ryan Giggs all the success in the world to all the good things that Gareth Speed (in 2011, died after suicide, ed.) has built up to continue,” said Robson-Kanu.

Robsn-Kanu made his debut in 2010 in Wales, then as a player at Reading FC. He played 44 international matches and scored five times. At the european CHAMPIONSHIPS in 2016 he got with Wales in the semi-finals, in the quarterfinals, he scored the 2-1 against Belgium.

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