Jordan Remacle put on his 31st one point behind his career as a professional footballer. That made the winger Tuesday night known.
“It is with a small heart that I the end of my pro career can confirm,” writes Remacle on his Twitter. “I want to thank everyone who gave me during these sixteen years, full of dreams and passion has supported.”
Remacle enjoyed his youth at the Standard and took his first steps as a pro at KRC Genk in the season 2003-2004. He wore and then the shirt of RKC Waalwijk, Helmond Sport and RBC Roosendaal in the Netherlands, before in the 2010 OHL to return on the Belgian fields. Then he came out to AA Gent and Waasland-Beveren, Lokeren (with which he in 2014 the Cup is won), Antwerp and Charleroi. Since this summer, he sat without a contract.
Remacle is now at a lower level of football in Solières Sport, a club from the second amateurdivisie. In addition, he joins the company Overdrive of Jean-Marc Fortin.
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