The defender Carlos Izquierdoz, who left Boca almost a week ago to move to Sporting Gijón from Spain, said today that he left “satisfied” although he pointed out “the lies” that were said in a clear message against the Football Council.
“I’m leaving satisfied because I always gave my all, postponing personal dreams or sometimes prioritizing the club over the family,” wrote the former Lanús and Santos Laguna soccer player from Mexico.
In addition, the “Cali”, which was already presented in its new destination, to which it came on loan until the end of the year and thus released a quota for Boca, pointed against the Football Council managed by Raúl Cascini, Jorge Bermúdez and Mauricio Serna , endorsed by Vice President Juan Román Riquelme.
“It bothers me that things have been said that are lies,” he continued in another paragraph of his message on Instagram.
“If there was someone who wanted to win the Copa Libertadores, it was me, I knew it was my last chance,” he acknowledged, in another message against the managers.
Izquierdoz, one of the references of the locker room, argued with the Council the night before the elimination of the Libertadores with Corinthians from Brazil for the prizes owed. This led to his subsequent exit, which did not occur on the court due to the injury suffered later.
The centre-back also thanked his former teammates, club employees and fans for their “always support”.