Klose poses with the World Cup and his sons after winning the trophy in Rio de Janeiro in 2014.
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Germany's prolific Miroslav Klose, the all-time World Cup top-scorer, announced his retirement Tuesday at the age of 38 .Klose will join Germany's coaching staff after an invitation from head coach Joachim Loew and will be on the bench alongside Loew for the 2018 World Cup qualifier away to San Marino on Nov. 11 and the friendly four days later against Italy in Milan.Klose made his Bundesliga debut in 2000 with Kaiserslautern and went on to play for Werder Bremen, Bayern Munich and Lazio.He scored 121 goals in 307 matches in Germany's top flight and managed 68 goals in 173 Serie A games during five years with Lazio, who he joined in 2011 .
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