Manchester United legend Patrice Evra has made his soccer comeback for non-league membership Brentham FC.
The previous France defender, 39, performed for the Middlesex County League facet in a 3-2 loss to North Greenford United on Saturday.
Brentham FC play in step seven of the Nationwide League system and are based mostly in London.
Footage emerged of Evra, who retired from soccer final yr, taking a throw-in, earlier than flicking the ball to a teammate.
On Twitter, Brentham FC stated: “It was an actual privilege to have @Evra prepare and play for us. He wanted some minutes forward of the @socceraid match for @UNICEF happening at @ManUtd Outdated Trafford subsequent month.”
Evra received 5 Premier League titles and a Champions League trophy throughout his eight-year spell at Outdated Trafford.
He left the membership for Juventus in 2014 and later claimed he felt ‘betrayed’ by United government vice-chairman Ed Woodward.
He stated: “I felt betrayed by Ed. I known as Juventus to inform them I’m coming.
“Ed then stated, ‘We give you a two-year contract, more cash, the captaincy, a testimonial’.
“Too late [to renege on his agreement with Juventus]. [In June 2015] my ex-wife stated, ‘See? Manchester are practically within the Championship and also you’re in [the Champions League final].’
“I really like Juventus however I stated, ‘Even when they’re within the Championship, I desire to be at United. Nothing can exchange my love for them.’”