A long-lived and historic eagle is close to ending its time in America. After the elimination against Chivas, in the Quarterfinals of Guard1anes 2020, Paul Aguilar decided not to continue in El Nido, He said goodbye to his colleagues and now he will take the last flight in his career; everything points to his future will be in MLS along with other Mexicans such as Javier Hernández, Carlos Vela, Jonathan Dos Santos and other companies.
The defender The contract ended this year and his decision was not to renew, for another year, with the club that won everything since his arrival nine years ago, at the Apertura 2011, when Coapa’s men were experiencing one of their worst sporting crises. But the now veteran was part of one of the best Americanist decades where he holds a total of seven trophies in his record. Three League titles (Clausura 2013, Apertura 2014 and Apertura 2018), two from Concacaf (2015 and 2016), in addition to an MX Cup (Clausura 2019) and a Champion of Champions.
The right side lost the title in this contest. Helmsman Miguel Herrera opted for Jorge Sánchez’s youth and left Paul Aguilar on the substitute bench for much of the regular season. Their numbers reflect it. Only 366 minutes spread over five games, four of them as a starter. That is to say, he only played 24% of total minutes. In the Liguilla it was no different. Against the Sacred Flock he only played eight minutes when he replaced Luis Fuentes at the Akron Stadium in the first leg. In the return he did not have minutes and saw the millionaire elimination in the distance.
Emilio Azcárraga congratulates Chivas and Amaury Vergara
The footballer is enrolled in the Azulcrema squad that will play the last phase of the Concacaf Champions League in the United States, which was pending by the Covid-19, pBut everything indicates that it will not be part of the trip to North American soil.
Now Aguilar will look for other options. Soccer in the United States tempts him, but in Pachuca, at the club where he debuted in 2006, they want his return.
3 LEAGUE MX
1 MX CUP
1 CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS
AMONG THE LONGEST OF LAST TIMES
Raúl R. Lara 12 years (1990-2002)
Duilio Davino 10 years (1997-2007)
Paul Aguilar 9 years (2011-2020)
Germán Villa 9 years (1999-2008)
Oscar Rojas 8 years (2004-2012)
Juan Hernández 8 years old (1988-1996)
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