By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
Veteran Cameroonian defender Henri Bedimo Nsame has taken to social media to announce he is quitting professional football this Tuesday, June 16, 2020.
The 36-year-old excellent left back in hail days made an emotional comment on his Facebook page confirming his decision to retire.
I close the chapter of a professional footballer.
I can’t go without thanking the coaches, supporters and other persons who without, I will not have achieved all I have today.
I am happy to have a chance to defend the colors of my country with dignity.
It leaves me with 15 unforgettable years.
Thanks to everyone, long live football!!!” Bedimo wrote.
Football lovers have congratulated the Douala native for his brilliant career.
The 2012 French Ligue 1 winner with Montpelier will not be away from the game though.
Two weeks ago, Montpelier announced he will join the Club’s youth team as one of the trainers.
The former Olympique Marseille and Lyonnais defender dust his football boots after an excellent career.
In all, Bedimo played 447 professional football matches and scored 30 goals for club and country in a 15-year career spent entirely in France.
The left back represented eight Clubs between 2002-2018. He will continue his football journey in France as a coach.
Bedimo runs an Academy back home, and his recent recruitment at the Stade de la Mosson marks the beginning of a new career in Coaching for the former Toulouse-man who won 59 caps and scored once for the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon.
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