By Beng Emmanuel

Sports Writer, Cameroon

Horoya AC has officially released former Burkina Faso international Aristide Bancé from his contract with the club, as the player can now fully retire from football.

The former Mainz 05 striker drew the curtains to his international football career this month at the age of 35 and has also decided to quit from club football.

“After announcing my international retirement, I by this note make known my intention to quit with my club Horoya AC. I had an exchange with the president of the club where I showed him my gratitude, the good times spent with the team in the league, and in the African Cup, ” Bancé said on Facebook.

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The physically incredible forward joined the Guinean club in 2019 and has helped them to the semi-final of the CAF Confederation Cup this year. Horoya AC will have to face Egyptian club Pyramid FC without their key striker as they hope to seek a continental triumph.

Aristide Bance began his professional career in 2000 with Stade D’Abidjan. He has spells with 22 different clubs in over a dozen countries.

He has played in Belgium, Ukraine, South Africa UAE, and Kazakhstan among others.

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