Darwin Quintero on ESPN F90: “I left America because of the likes of Lucas González”

Darwin Quintero on ESPN F90: “I left America because of the likes of Lucas González”
Darwin Quintero on ESPN F90: “I left America because of the likes of Lucas González”

Deportivo Pereira dreams of its second FPC title and does so thanks to the high level it shows Carlos Darwin Quintero, who arrived as reinforcement from America and surrendered immediately. The experienced player was a guest at ESPN F90 to talk about his departure from the Cali team, focusing on his relationship with Lucas González.

Quintero left America in the midst of what were chaotic days in America. Not only did he end up leaving the team, but a few days later Mauricio Romero stopped being president and Lucas González himself left the team, giving way to César Farías.

When asked about the real reason for his departure from La Mechita, Darwin Quintero was honest and pointed to “the coach’s tastes.”

It’s simple, the technician’s tastes. When the tournament is over, they notify me that he wants other types of extremes, whichIt’s going to look for different extremes. I tell him that I have a one-year contract but they tell me why I would stay if the coach wanted another type of player. If the coach was saying that, I wanted to talk to him before making the decision, to see if he could fight for a position. If I couldn’t, there was no way I could stay. When I spoke, I made the decision and left,” he commented.

Furthermore, regarding the details of his departure, Quintero stressed that He never had it in mind to ask for money for that year of contract that he had left. since he went to America “to fulfill his dream” and because both he and his father are fans.

When it was his turn to talk about his relationship with Lucas González, Darwin Quintero added: “I never had problems with Lucas, with his ways he is a good guy, a gentleman. I respect it and that’s what they told me. After I got out I never spoke to him. They are technical tastes, some give you the confidence to move and get the best out of yourself on the court. He tried to fulfill the functions that Lucas wanted. He told her that I couldn’t bring out my best potential there but I did it anyway. I think that in the first tournament I was the one who made the most assists, in the second I didn’t have as much continuity. When you see that you do not have the same prominence, it is normal for the level to drop a little. As a person there was never a bad face between him and me in America.”

 
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