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Suriname Vice President becomes world oldest footballer as he plays for a team he owns, lost 6-0

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Suriname Vice President becomes word oldest footballer as he plays for a team he owns, lost 6-0… 

Ronnie Brunswijk, the 60-year-old vice president of Suriname, started and played 54 minutes for Inter Moengotapoe in Tuesday’s CONCACAF League clash with Olimpia.

Bruswijk, who owns the club and serves as the team president, captained the side and played into the second half before being substituted.

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The politician’s squad wasn’t victorious, however, as Inter Moengotapoe fell 6-0.

Brunswijk assumed the role of Suriname’s vice president in July 2020, having long been a key figure in the country’s political climate

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