"Frankly, I will finish with football, because the contract with Sabah FK has expired. I no longer see myself among professional football players. Speaking on the farewell match, I would like to play it in Kharkiv, but probably it will not happen. I guess that the farewell match is not important, because I have done a lot in football - I managed to please the spectators, especially in Kharkiv. Maybe I will be a coach or a football agent. These two things are still in my mind. At this time, I am learning, there is some uncertainty in this area,” he stated.
It should be noted that Marko Devic arrived in Ukraine in 2005. After a season in FC Volyn Lutsk, Marco moved to FC Metalist, where he was a part of Metalist's line-up in 148 matches, scoring 64 goals. In 2012, he was bought by Shakhtar Donetsk FC for five million euros: Marko played in only 12 matches (four goals). He scored seven goals for Ukraine’s national football team in 35 of its matches.
As we reported earlier, the World Health Organisation has reportedly called for all football to be suspended until the end of next season - 2021.