Former Colo Colo
The last white idol came out to deny the rumors that he would hang up his boots in this Saturday’s duel at the Monumental stadium.
This coming Saturday, Colo Colo will face off against Coquimbo Unido at the Monumental stadium on date 13 of the National Championship, where Esteban Paredes will steal all eyes on his return home.
Days after this commitment, the rumor was installed that the last idol of the Cacique would hang up his boots precisely after facing the team of his loves. However, it was the attacker himself who came out to deny the information.
In conversation with Canal 13, the 41-year-old striker hit the table and assured that “first of all, deny what they said yesterdaywhich was going to be my last match against Colo Colo and that is totally a lie. I owe myself to Coquimbo, to its people, who have treated me quite well, I am very grateful”.
Asked about what he will feel when facing the Popular, the Tank maintained that “It’s a special game, everyone knows my time in Colo Colobut today I owe myself to Coquimbo and I have to respect that”.
To finish, he referred to how he is physically, noting that he is “well well, I have trained normally, to wait for the teacher to make the team. If I have to go to the bench I will do it, if I have to play I will do it. So let’s hope it can be a great match to try to get a point from Colo Colo”.
Colo Colo and Coquimbo Unido will face each other this Saturday starting at 6:00 p.m. at the Monumental stadium and you can click here to not miss any details of this commitment valid for date 13 of the National Championship.