Marko Ciurlizza He had taken one final step through football Pacifico F.C, a team in which he shared a dressing room with other experienced players such as Andrés Mendoza, Mauro Cantoro, Aldo Olcese, Johnny Vegas and others. It was at this club that the former athlete spent a tense moment with a runner-up in the Peruvian league and two of his teammates came out to defend him.
The “Tiger” revealed this in the program “A radio pressure”. Roland Bogadoa Paraguayan defender, who played with Real Garcilaso in the 2013 Descentralizado final against Universitario, tried to provoke him.
The Paraguayan last played in Peru in 2019. Photo: Diffusion
“We won 1-0 in Huacho, they fouled me and he (Bogado) comes to me and says, ‘Get up, where did you play? I was a champion here. He started telling me a lot of things,” Ciurlizza began.
Cantoro defends Ciurlizza
After that, Marko left everything as a simple anecdote; Nonetheless, Mauro Cantoro, his table companion, did not remain silent and told the Paraguayan player what he had said. “I said to him: ‘He was a champion, he played against the Libertadores, he played for the national team, etc.'” he said.
Olcese also intervened
Following what was said by ‘Toro’, the former Alianza Lima and Universitario player added as much Aldo Olcese He also had words for Bogado. “The dressing rooms are stuck in Huacho and you hear everything. Aldo started screaming: ‘Hey, Bogado, Ciurlizza won here, here and here'”.
Marko Ciurlizza retired from football in 2013 due to severe osteoarthritis in his left knee. During his time as a player he was champion of the first division in Peru seven times.