Arjen Robben Returns To Boyhood Club FC Groningen

Arjen Robben Returns To Boyhood Club FC Groningen

'The difference in the standard between Bayern and Groningen is naturally a lot different but I'm here to help the club, ' Robben said.

Speaking at a news conference on Sunday, technical director Mark-Jan Fledderus said: "We first went to Munich to speak to him about coming to play for us, just days after he retired in May previous year".

After leaving Groningen in 2002, Robben won league titles with PSV Eindhoven, Chelsea and Real Madrid before a hugely successful decade with Bayern Munich.

"We are coming home at a hard time of crisis, one that also hits FC Groningen".

However, a change of heart has led the former Netherlands global to wanting to make a sentimental return to the club where he started his career. It made me think what else I could do for our club.

"These past few weeks, I've had many conversations with club staff and, maybe more than anything, I've listened to the call of our supporters, "Arjen, follow your heart". It started to get to me and now it is my mission.

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"At this stage I am not sure it will definitely happen but what I am sure of is my drive and motivation will be 100 per cent". I want to make a comeback as a football player, as a player for FC Groningen. Because my dream is to play in a Groningen jersey.

"It will be a touch physical challenge but I'm going for it".

The 36-year-old, who made 96 appearances for the Netherlands national team, played his last match for Bayern Munich in May 2019, ending his career citing the toll injuries had taken on him.

Jordan, seen here announcing his short-lived retirement from basketball in 1993, revealed his return two years later with a two-word press release stating "I'm back".

During his trophy-laden career, the flying Dutchman won eight Bundesliga titles, five German cups, two Premier League trophies, one FA Cup, one La Liga title, two Dutch cups and one Eredivisie title. We're not there yet, but one can dream.

'But eventually the sports lover in you start to nag and I had been training to run the Rotterdam Marathon before the coronavirus crisis'.

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