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At the age of 34, Job announces the end of his football career but does not leave Petro

The announcement came this Tuesday: fifteen years after signing for the 'petrolíferos', Job puts an end to his career and will not play in Petro's main squad next season, but rather integrate the club's structure.


Born in Moxico, in 1987, Job began his professional career at Atlético Sport Aviação (ASA), where he also trained, having left in 2008 for Petro de Luanda. At the time a young promise of national football, Job confirmed his star status and became one of the symbols of the team, which he represented for 15 years.

Now putting an end to his career, at the age of 34, the 'wonder kid', as he is still dubbed by the 'petrolíferos' fans, now embraces "a new challenge within the club's structure", says Petro in a statement.

To the athlete, the national champions express their "affection and gratitude" for the 15 years spent defending their emblem. "Job arrived at Petro de Luanda when he was only 20 years old and during these years he has always worn Petro's jersey with love and devotion, building a remarkable career that will remain in the memory of all Petro and national football fans", says the team.

At the service of the emblem, Job won nine titles, including three national championships, five Angolan Cups and one Super Cup.

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