Dimitar Berbatov Retires From International Football

Chris Wright

13th, May 2010


By Chris Wright

Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov has announced his retirement from international football this morning, in a bid to concentrate on his club career.

Berbatov has drawn close to a prolific stint with the Bulgarian national side that has seen the 29-year-old forward net 48 goals in 78 appearances (including six goals in his last three games).

A short statement issued this morning by the player himself reads;

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  1. dave says:

    Some would say he retired from all football at the end of last season.

  2. Delboy Dublin says:

    Well, given that it looked like he retired from club football this season, it seems like the logical next step…

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    Manchester United footballer Dimitar Berbatov has retired from International football. The Bulgarian born footballer Berbatov, said that “I am withdrawing from the Bulgarian national team. It wa……

  4. joshua says:

    The truth is that he is actually too lazy to make those trips back to Bulgaria.

  5. Ruperto says:

    He Should Retire From Football Or At Least Not Play For Manchester United And If He Doesn’t Retire Someone Should Break His Legs. He Is An Embarrassment To Football

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