Starting in September, it was learned that the former flyer had to be confined in the intensive care unit of the La Asunción Clinic in Barranquilla.
His death was confirmed by the former soccer player Martín Arzuaga, “Ricardo Manuel May God keep you in his holy kingdom, you leave us enormous sadness, many memories, a lot of strength and spiritual peace for his family.”
Ricardo manuel! May God keep you in his holy kingdom, you leave us enormous sadness, many memories, a lot of strength and spiritual peace for his family. RIP Ciciliano🙏😢 pic.twitter.com/FYcNHehPtV
– Martin ‘Torito’ Arzuaga (@ arzuagatoro24) September 17, 2020
The message was placed next to a photograph from some years ago, when Ciciliano was playing for Junior de Barranquilla.
Ciciliano was about to turn 44 years old, his birthday would be this next Wednesday, September 23, he left an indelible mark on teams such as Deportes Tolima, Deportivo Cali and Millonarios. He was also crowned champion with Juan Aurich in Peru and was a benchmark in other clubs such as Junior and 11 Caldas.