The Venezuelan striker used his social networks to say goodbye to Cacique after ending his contract early.
Christian Santos stopped belonging to Colo Colo after a very poor performance on the field, leaving the unfortunate record of one goal and no assist in 19 games played.
The Black and White board agreed to put an early end to the Venezuelan striker’s contract, which ended at the end of the season, to release the long-awaited foreign quota.
And during this day, the 34-year-old attacker said goodbye to the Cacique with a sentity publication through his social networks, where he regretted the few opportunities he had in the Cacique.
At first, he commented that “Today the time has come to say goodbye to Colo Colo, an institution that opened its doors to me and for which I feel deep respect. Those who know me know how I live this profession and in these 8 months it was no exception”.
Later, he stated that “Although I would have liked to have more opportunities to prove ittoday I say to all the fans, with more or less words, that every day I woke up with the illusion of the first and eager to achieve great things with the team”.
Along the same line, he indicated that “even though things didn’t go as expected, I take my share of responsibilitybut in my career I always try to take the best from each club where I have played”.
To conclude, Christian Santos stated that “that is why I want to thank all the fans, teammates, coaching staff, board of directors, club employees, to all those who trusted me and those who did not, for allowing me to be part of this storyGive Albo!”.