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45-Year-Old Francesco Totti Scores FOUR Absolute Worldies Playing Eight-A-Side, He's A Joke Of A Player

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45-Year-Old Francesco Totti Scores FOUR Absolute Worldies Playing Eight-A-Side, He's A Joke Of A Player

Francesco Totti retired from football five years ago but he's still out here running the show at the age of 45.


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After calling time on his professional career, the Roma and Italy legend set-up Totti Sporting Club and regularly plays in eight-a-side and five-a-side leagues.

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His team play in the Lega Calcio a 8 and Totti remains an absolute baller. In his latest outing, 'Il Capitano', obviously wearing the No.10 on his back, scored FOUR strikes and they were all beauties.

First he scored a trademark free-kick, before unleashing a netbuster into the top corner after a lay off from a teammate.

Image: PA
Image: PA

The hat-trick was completed courtesy of a breathtaking volley into the top bins, before there was time for another long-range effort to find the net.

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Totti almost single-handedly dragged his side to a win, though former Chievo and Bologna striker Davide Moscardelli also struck twice.

Totti's team are eighth in the league, having won nine, drawn three and lost five in 17 outings.

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During his career Totti remained a one club man, scoring 307 goals in 786 appearances spread across 25 seasons in Serie A for the Giallorossi.

Choosing loyalty over trophies, he lifted one Serie A title in 2000/2001 as well as two back-to-back Coppa Italias in 2006/07 and 2007/08.

He did notably turn down a lucrative move to Real Madrid many years back.

There was a very important offer from Madrid in 2004. But I decided to give up on lots of titles so that I'd always wear just one shirt.

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"This was what mattered most to me. In the end, instead, I received love and passion, which for me were more important than winning cups elsewhere. I put Roma ahead of everything."

Featured Image Credit: Credit: Totti Sporting Club

Topics: Francesco Totti, AS Roma, Serie A, Italy

Josh Lawless
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