The Portuguese has to pay a fine of 850 euros for offensive behavior after the final whistle in the Rio Ave match against Boavista in April 2021. In a statement published by the national association, we can read, inter alia, that despite the lapse of 486 days and the end of a footballer’s career, he cannot be released from responsibility for the acts committed.
Coentrão himself, after hanging his shoes on a peg, took a rather unusual course for a former footballer. The former left-back of the Królewski family decided to devote himself to fishing. He currently works as a fisherman and manages a fleet of fishing boats. Fábio, 34, has spent five seasons at Real Madrid today. He has triumphed twice in the league, the Champions League and the club’s World Cup, and then in the Spanish Super Cup, the King’s Cup and the European Super Cup.
Fishing has been a dream of Coentrão for years. “It may seem like a job like any other, but it has something more to it. The sea is beautiful and we need it. Living thanks to him is not a shame, as many people believe. My father had a boat and I used to go out with him as a child. The sea was my life. Sea and fishing “, the Portuguese once said in one of the interviews. “I knew the ball would end one day and I should have had a plan for the rest of my life. I feel happy on the cutter. It’s the life I want to live, ”she adds.
Coentrão went to Real Madrid in 2011 from Benfica for 30 million euros. Later he represented the colors of Nacional, Zaragoza, Monaco, Sportung and Rio Ave.