Chimy Avila chatted tonight in the be in chain on many topics and, among them, he reviewed all the controversy that arose when he appeared with a Santiago Abascal shirt and assured that everything hurt him. “No one knows, only my family. I had nights to shed a tear. You didn’t know where you were going. Me, if I had really wanted to show the photo of the jersey, I stand straighter so that the photo is visible. The first time I went on the pitch with the public and with my family there, I played hard but the truth is that it hurt me a lot. I spoke with my wife and my agent. I told him talk to the leaders to get out of the club. But one day I sat down, made my mate and said, why do I have to go? If I leave, I’m okay with those people who don’t believe or trust me. I said: I stand here. I will stand by my word, which is the truth and always will be. First. I dropped out of school in seventh grade. Second. I am paid to play football, not to defend politics. Politics does not interest me and never will. I don’t sit on a bench to defend left, right or centre. No. I defend football and I defend my team”.
The Argentinian, who has revealed that after him and his brother comes a third footballer in the family, welcomed his renewal once the aforementioned incident passed. “I’m very happy, because of the fans who came to chant my name when there were people whistling at me. We keep the nice things, like the boys who stop me in the street. And a lot of things that I made for people, asking the club not to release any videos because I do it from the heart. When it came time to sit down to negotiate I told my agent my priority was Osasuna. I owe a lot to all these people when in reality I was down”.
“When it came time to sit down to negotiate, I told my agent that my priority was Osasuna. I owe a lot to all these people when in reality I was sunk”
Finally, the player also slipped that if Luis Enrique calls him, he won’t be disgusted even if his priority remains his country. “I would love to go to Argentina as an Argentinian. We know things are complicated. But when I got to Huesca and Pamplona, I learned to live without fear. I learned to let my girl alone walking in the square. I learned to be happy here. I am a grateful person. If I have to go, I would appreciate everything they gave for me. If I have to go, I will as if it were my Argentina”.