Roman Wallner (37) finishes his career as a professional footballer.
As SV Grödig's club announced on Tuesday, the striker will now hang the football boots on the nail.
"The decision didn't come overnight, but it was a long process and I was sure I had chosen the right time and I would like to thank you for the great time in Grodig, especially for Haas and club staff, "Wallner said.
After training at Sturm Graz Wallner moved into his career to various clubs. In addition to Rapid, Admira, Austria, LASK, Red Bull Salzburg, FC Wacker and most recently SV Grödig in Austria, it was also for Hannover in Germany, Falkirk and Hamilton in Scotland and Skoda Xanthi and Apol. Kalamarias is active in Greece.
Training as a sports manager starts
In the Austrian Bundesliga Wallner scored 112 goals in 370 games (58 assisting). "In 22 years of professional football, I've really experienced everything, got to know all the aspects of this sport, and ultimately, the positives are outweighed; Clear, and I think, in such a long football life, that you learn as much as you do about three lives, "Wallner said.
His plans for a subsequent career have long begun: "I have never been dormant in recent years, I have completed various training in parallel with football, including A Coach license." Now I'm training in many areas, completing communication and media education, sitting down on Bundesliga clubs and starting to study a sports manager in Germany soon. The main sport will continue to be a big part of my life, the path to managing coaches or directions showing the near future will be very ambitious and looking forward to the upcoming tasks. "
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