Yossi Benayoun Announced Retirement Recently

Yossi Benayoun the veteran football from Israel has hung up his boots and now he has announced his retirement from football as a player. Post-retirement, the players have taken the backroom responsibility at Beitar Jerusalem. He is an electrifying player who is a midfielder in the team has played for Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal have announced his retirement after a successful career of 22 years.

Benayoun is now 38-year-old and he has a solid playing record of 22 years. He has spent a long time of his football career playing for Premier League England. The outstanding contributions of this astonishing player cemented the way for various clubs to send extra scouts to the Israeli leagues, polishing the new Mediterranean country for producing the new Israeli player of his composure and flair.

Benayoun who played last for Beitar Jerusalem and was also the captain of Israeli team shared in a post on Instagram, “I know this very well that next chapter of my life is going to be challenging and it will not be as exciting as it was. I followed my truth, and thus I will keep going.” Benayoun is one of the three players in the club who scored a hat-trick in the Champions League, FA Cup, and Premiere League. He is after sticker of Manchester City Sergio Aguero and forward of Tottenham Harry Kane.

Benayoun is popular by the name “Yoss the Boss,” in the international forum and he has helped Liverpool mount in 2008-09 by placing some important goals and showing some extraordinary performances. Benayoun has created many memories and there are many records on his name. His fans will always miss his game on the football ground. Benayoun has not announced his retirement plans yet. He said, “I have not planned anything by now, except taking backroom responsibility at Beitar Jerusalem.”