‘The coach told me to run, I said it’s not Forrest Gump’

Faustino Asprilla, formerly of Palmeiras, Parma and Newcastle, conducted an interesting interview with an Italian newspaper. Gazeti dello Sport


former bomber Faustino AsprillamfAtlético Nacional, palm, Fluminense, parma, Newcastle and Colombian national teamgave one of the most enjoyable interviews of the year to an Italian newspaper Gazeti dello Sport.

Speaking to the car to commemorate the 30th anniversary of his registration with Parma, he has already started firing sharply when asked about his current life.

“I live very well. I own a farm, I sell sugarcane to the Colombian government. And I participate in advertising campaigns to sell condoms. You know that for me, sex has always been important“, he is tired.

When asked about his current life, he received jokes from the author.

“I wake up at noon. I have a hearty breakfast, depending on the fruit. I’m resting during the day. Then shower, dinner and banquet until morning“, he listed.

Asprilla also recalled his hateful and hateful relationship with the coach. scala nevuswho had many champions in Parma da parmalatbut it also had tails.

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The former player was the guest of another special inspection from home

“I have never loved to live by the law. One day, he wanted to make me run to the walls of the castle, and I told him I was not Forrest Gump.. Football, for me, has always been fun. There are no laws and no strategic tactics “, he lamented.

In another bizarre story, the Colombian recalled how he was arrested for celebrating the New Year with a pistol shot in the air.

“I celebrated the new year by throwing four or five pistols in the air, the problem was that I was a celebrity, the police took me to a police station and called Parma officials who gave me bail. be on the field, because there was Parma vs Juventus. Let’s just say my preparation for the game was not the best. (laughs) “, he laughed.

Asprilla would start as a starting point against Juve a few days after his incarceration, but his team was defeated 3-1 by Velha Senhora, courtesy of Paulo Sousa (former coach of The. Flamengo) and Ravanelli (2).

Asked if he still watches football games today, “Tino”, as he is known, complained about the difficulty of strategic planning and admitted that he was a fascinated Brazilian.

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The former player was the guest of another special inspection from home

I see, but all the players look like soldiers at the instructions of the coaches. If they do something wrong, they come out. Tell me a player who can dribble these days? I like it Vinicius the Youngeryes Real Madrid. I see myself in it a little bit. “

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