Swiss Goal Glutton Alexander Frei Plays Last Ever Competitive Game, Signs Off With Excellent Freekick (Video)

Chris Wright

15th, April 2013


By Chris Wright

Veteran Swiss goal glutton Alex Frei played his last ever competitive game at the weekend before he turns in his gun and badge to become FC Lucerne’s new sports director (in fact, he started his new job today) and the 33-year-old signed off in fitting style by sticking away a suitably sweet freekick against FC Zurich…

Things got emotional after the game, with Frei – the all-time leading scorer for the Swiss national side – taking to the pitch through a massive guard of honour and unsuccessfully stifling the tears as he thanked the fans of the club he began and ended his 16-year career with for their years of support and adoration…

Legend. Swiss legend. Level-pegging with Toblerone.

Well played Alex, well played.

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  1. porcelain sandwich says:

    Shit, could have done with him against Chelsea. What a time to retire.

  2. Eeny says:

    Cor, he’s got some chin on him.

  3. JJ says:

    That was fcking beautiful. Real Men cry. Thanks Pies!
    LMFAO @Eeny’s comment, lol, quality.
    Don’t suppose Bolton could have a watch of this to show how much Testimonials mean to players? (Cough, cough, Kevin Davies!Make it happen Dougie!)

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