The world of football is in mourning. He Former Atlético Nacional and Juan Aurich de Chiclayo footballer Ricardo Ciciliano died in the afternoon at age 43 due to pneumonia. In early September, the Colombian He was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of a clinic in Barranquilla; however, he lost his life seventeen days later.
Before the death of the ex-flyer of Juan Aurich, various figures related to soccer left meaningful messages on their social networks. One of them was his ex-partner from the Chiclayan team, Jesus ‘Chasqui’ Álvarez, who expressed his feelings on his Twitter account and shared an anecdote with the Colombian.
“You asked for 10, I looked at you and said ‘be careful that the last one scored 12 goals.’ You blushed and couldn’t answer. In your goal number 13 you ran and I still remember your words: ‘Chasqui, when I go, whoever comes, press it the same’. We hugged each other ”, commented ‘Chasqui’ Alvarez on their social networks.
You asked for 10, I looked at you and I told you … careful that the last I scored 12 goals, you blushed and couldn’t answer … in your 13th goal you ran and I still remember your words … click triple hdm when I leave, Whoever comes, squeeze it the same, world … we hug. pic.twitter.com/uQ0Kq6rhXK
– Jesús Alvarez (@ elchasqui18) September 17, 2020
As it is recalled, both players shared a team in the Juan Aurich and achieved the long-awaited title in 2011. At that time, they beat on penalties Lima Alliance in the third final played at the renovated National Stadium. For its part, the Chiclayano club sent a meaningful message through its social networks. “Rest in peace Ricardo Ciciliano, 2011 national champion.”
Ricardo Ciciliano He made his debut in 1993 with the Deportivo Pereira shirt. After this, he went to clubs such as Deportes Tolima, Atlético Bucaramanga, Deportivo Pasto, Deportes Quindío, Deportivo Cali, Millonarios, Once Caldas, Junior and Uniautónoma until he retired in 2012 with Atlético Huila. He championed with Juan Aurich in 2011 and got two Colombian leagues, one with Tolima in 2003 and another with América de Cali in 2005.
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