In a conversation with the CDF, former Kassique player says he has offers from Chilean and foreign clubs to continue his career. In addition, he admits he still hurts the way he left the albo club.
Gonzalo Fiero was one of the players of Colo Colo who will not follow this 2019 year. Although young Pistolero wanted to stay connected with Kasike, The negotiations with Black and White did not reach the port and ended outside Macular.
The former captain spoke to CDF News and was honest. "It was not what I wanted, it was not what I expected, but there you are, you can not do anything, you do not have to continue to complain, but continue to continue to work. Unfortunately, it's a part of life. You need to raise your head, just like when you lose a game, so you can continue playing for a few more years, "explained Fierro on the television network.
In addition, the former head of the Kassique said that "I expected to go differently. I expected to leave the club one day but go as I wanted, well, but it could not. Football is like this. Sometimes good, sometimes bad. Who says that if in the next club where you sign you can continue to win the titles. You just have to work. "
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Also, the Young striker admits that after leaving Colo Colo, his future can continue in another club. "There are options, but we must try to find the best possible. We need to continue to win the important things for our career.. You need to make decisions about the family, with people who are close to you, so the decision you make is the best. There are things also out there, but you need to analyze them. A person has a family and when he leaves the country or the city, he generates a change in many things and for that, the family must also be available. You have to analyze it together with them, "said Fierro in the CDF.
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Fierro debuted in Colo Colo on March 9, 2002 in a victory against Kalama in the municipality in that city, replacing Marcelo Espina.
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