The former leader of Guadalajara, Omar Bravo, announced his retirement from football in Stadium Jalisco, home in which he converted most of the 132 goals that elevated it like gunner of the history of the Chivas.
The attacker organized an event with the presence of his former comrades, former technical directors, friends and family, to announce his farewell to the courts.
"It's over for me, it's over, it's not easy, I let the time pass because I wanted to make sure it was real," Bravo said, remembering his feeling: "I'm not excited, I'm sad." .
"Thank you to all those who made my character, for making me a better player to finish my career," he added, in addition to thanking all the clubs where he participated and highlighting what was done in the herd, in addition to thanking Jorge Vergara. .
"I have lived three wonderful stages in Chivas, the first dream, a second with a bitter taste for not being able to beat the Libertadores and a third more complicated because the team had never been in a downhill situation. the cross of my parish, "he added.
Bravo said goodbye to Mexican football after his participation in the Supercopa 2015-2016, in which the herd was defeated Veracruz and meant the farewell of Guadalajara of its gunner.
Subsequently, he was playing NASL United States with Carolina Railhawks, where he played a season and went to the Phoenix Rising of the same league. After running out of club, he announces his farewell to the courts.
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