Friday , May 14 2021

"Thank you for everything, Pec, it was an honor": The respect that Rome gave to David Pizarro for his retirement

This week before Kuriko Unido at 5:30 pm, David Pizarro will play his last match as a professional footballer after announcing his retirement from the activity at the age of 39, wearing the jersey University of Chile

The goodbye of Fantasy did not remain unnoticed in Europe, where your former club Rome gave him emotional respects to their social networks through a video that reviews the best goals and plays of the port in the team of the Italian capital. "Thank you for everything, Pec, that was honorable", he announced the club on his Twitter.

La Loba was the club where the midfielder played the longest game in Europe. Formed in Santiago Wanderers he arrived in Rome in 2006 where he played five and a half seasons where He played 207 matches and won two Italian championships and an Italian Super Cup.

Rome's respect for David Pizarro:

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