Walter Baseggio still closely follows his Sporting Anderlecht and football in general.
“The pension insurance, imposed by the Pro League and which you collect at 35, fortunately got me back on track. I was too nice and too much I-didn’t care. Too often, I I was happy with my game with a goal or a nice assist. I could undoubtedly have had a better career but I do not harbor resentment, jealousy or remorse. I know that it is also this character “playing” which got me through all the hardships as a footballer and as a man. This positive mentality saved me. I, the shy guy, was not made to be famous. I neither consider myself nor like a former star, nor as an icon. The real icons are the Van Himst, Rensenbrink and Coeck. I would not want to change for the world, “concluded Bassegio.
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