After his presentation with the Beroe Stara Zagora of Bulgariathe Colombian soccer player decided to break the silence and talk about what happened in recent months.
In his official account instagramthe forward took the opportunity to issue his defense after being declared guilty in a case of gender violence. “Many people left my side during difficult times, they belittled me, they didn’t greet me, they made fun of me, but I always trusted in the Lord.”said.
“They forgot that I am a neighborhood guy who started collecting scrap metal, I am very clear about what the word ‘Warrior’ means and here we are, living this dream that I have had since I was little, moving forward to give my family a better future.”he assured.
In this same space, the former Sports Tolima He also had time to write some words that generated controversy in the world Mouth. “Infinite thanks to all the Boca fans who love and support me, I will always carry you in my heart. “I will always wish the best in the world to the club, I left every last drop of sweat even with my head in pieces.”he pointed out.
Villa’s legal situation and the claim that Boca would make
In the presentation of the former forward of Boca Juniorsthe Argentine businessman Hernán Banatoadministrator of the Bulgarian club, said that they took the player as “free”.
“They offered it like this. We did our analysis with our lawyers, we studied all the legal part that is involved and we consider that he terminated his contract with just cause and that he is a free player”held.
This clarification of Banatowner of the soccer player representation agency CRD Sportspoints out that town still has a contract with Moutha team with which he has not played since last June, when he was convicted of gender violence against his ex-partner, the Colombian Daniela Cortesto two years and one month of suspended prison due to an event that occurred in the Buenos Aires town of Canning in 2020.
Mouth has already announced that he will file a lawsuit to claim payment for the pass townwhile Sports Tolima He awaits a ruling to collect 30 percent of the eventual payment of the figure.
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