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Faryd Mondragon Wants To – Eventually – Retire As A Member Of The Philadelphia Union



Philadelphia Union captain Faryd Mondragon has stated his intent to retire with the Philadelphia Union when his playing day are over.

The Colombian goalkeeper answered a follower's question on Twitter about his soccer retirement plans, saying that he would like to retire with the Union. Mondragon, already a fan favorite, turned 40-years-old today and is in the first year of a what is thought to be a contract that lasts at least two years with Philadelphia.

A curious fan of Atletico Nacional, a major club based in Medellin, asked Mondragon the following:

The translation, with the aid of Google Translate the Brotherly Game commentator PhillyHoosFan, is as follows:

Faryd answered with the following:

Another translation aided by Google translate, once again, is as follows:

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