Fabrizio Formiliano caused controversy on a radio Uruguay when he talked about what it meant to go from playing in Penarol a Necaxasince it cataloged from ‘boy team‘to the club of the MX League.
“It’s a bit of everything too, you miss the day after spending four years there, you live totally differently, it’s something else, the Peñarol world is different, with the world I’m in now (Aguascalientes), I don’t know, it’s from a giant team to with all due respect to Club Necaxa, a small team within Mexico and it’s another type of fan,” he mentioned.
During the Closing Tournament 2022, Tito was captain of the Rayos and played 16 games, of which, in 15 he started; becoming a fundamental piece for the team he leads Jaime Lozano.
After his controversial statement, Formiliano apologized through his social networks, highlighting that his words were misunderstood.
“First apologize to Club Necaxa, managers, colleagues and their people, if you were offended, it was not my intention. Second, I think the comparison I made was misunderstood. I never meant to disrespect anyone and much less to the club that today gives me work and trusted me,” he posted on Instagram.
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