By Angu Lesley
Former Indomitable Lions of Cameroon defender who played for nine European clubs in a 19-year career has announced his retirement from professional football.
The former Lille and Galatasaray sweeper who has been a free agent for close to a year revealed he is quitting the beautiful game via Allezleslions.net.
The Kadji Sports Academy product won nine titles as a footballer has been a free agent since leaving Turkish second tier side Adana Sport in September 2020.
Chedjou began his career at the famous Kadji Sports Academy in 2002. He later switched to Europe via Spanish side Villarreal who initially took a chance on the native from the West region.
He went on to represent multiple French clubs including; Pau FC, Auxerre FC Rouen and Lille where he became an established defender and won the French Ligue 1 title at the end of the 2010-2011 season.
The defender went on to play for Galatasaray where he also won the Turkish Super League.
He later played for Basaksehir on two separate spells sandwiched by a stint at Bursaspor in 2018.
Chedjou return to France to play for SC Amiens during the 2019 season.
Adana marked his last professional Club before retirement.
Chedjou won four caps for the Olympic Lions of Cameroon and 49 caps for the senior team; appeared at multiple AFCON tournaments plus the FIFA World Cup.
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