The defender Daniel "Cata" Dazwho was in Fuenlabrada (by the third division of Spanish football), announced Monday at a Madrid press conference his withdrawal from professional activity "for personal reasons" and also commented on his desire to return to settle in Argentina.
The former Boca Juniors and Rosario Central Player thanked the entire Spanish capital for the opportunity to continue playing football after his time in Getafe and also his wish that Fuenlabrada could rise to the second category, even if it were without his presence on campus.
After a year and a half in Fuenlabrada, the ex-Guitar of the Argentina Selection admits that he retires with "a personal reason", but nevertheless gives greater precision to the case. "I tried to fix it and I couldn't, I won't go into details. The club has relieved everything to be able to travel and solve this, "it revealed ex-footballer.
"Last weekend was my last game. Don't play football anymore. It's something you never think will end. You never made the idea. It was the last game. It's complicated. You have an age, and I've had the maximum of this sport, "relat" Cata, which in July next will be 40 years old.
Daz said he didn't know what to do now, having left the world of football. "I see with time, I haven't thought about what to do. I have to solve things and then I have time"," Cata ", surrounded by his teammates and the press, concluded.
The native of San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca made his professional debut at el Canalla in 1999 and also played at Cruz Azul, Coln de Santa Fe and Atltico de Madrid. In addition, the national team played a dozen games and were part of the team that played the final of the America Cup in 2007.