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French footballer Nicolas Anelka, who finished his career in 2016, will work with young players Lille, currently the runner-up in the French Premier League - the club said. He wants to transfer his knowledge and skills especially to attackers, because he played in this position himself.

According to trainer Lille Christophe Galtier, Anelka only thinks of & nbsp; working with young people & & nbsp; does not intend to appear in professional sports as his teammates did, e.g. Patrick Vieira (Nice coach) or Thierry Henry (AS Monaco).

39-year-old footballer has performed in the past, including in & nbsp; Paris Saint-Germain, Arsenal London, Real Madrid, Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea London and & nbsp; Juventusie Turin.

He also played in & nbsp; 69 matches of the national team of France and & nbsp; scored 14 goals. According to the L'Equipe daily, during the World Cup in South Africa 2010, he was to offend coach Raymond Domenech at the break of the match against Mexico. For this he was removed from the national team, and after returning to the country the federation imposed on him a suspension of 18 national team matches. He never returned to the team.