Majid Bougherra Announces His Retirement

Madjid Bougherra has retired from football at the age of 34 and stressed that the Rangers fans brought him his happiest memories in football. The former Ibrox defender spent a turbulent three-year period from 2008 in Ibrox before moving on to a £ 1.7 million contract at Qatar Lekhwiya club.
But even Bougherra announced that he would offer his services to the Rangers, while insisting that he can play until he is 36 years old. But after an episode with the Greek team Aris Thessaloniki, Bougherra announced that he was going to hang up his boots and admitted that he loved his way through the Rangers.
Bougherra said: “I had a career that was beyond my wildest dreams. My passion for football is as strong as ever, but sometimes you have to listen to your body and face reality.
“I do not regret it. I had a wonderful career.
“I played in the World Cup with Algeria and for the Rangers before their fans.
“My memories are unforgettable, especially with fans Glasgow Rangers and the national team of Algeria.
“In the future, I want to redistribute the wealth of experience that I have acquired during my career and I want to create a football academy in Algeria to help future players in my country.
Bougherra has won three titles with the Rangers, a Scottish Cup and the League Cup. But he was never far from controversy and was expelled in his last match with the club in a 1-1 match in the Champions League in Malmö.

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