In case of Cristian Colusso It is one of the strangest cases that were lived in the Spanish League during the late 90's. Regrettably, if we talk about one of the great fiascos of the League, we have to talk about this Argentine-born 1977.
Cristian Colusso, the man who was the heir to Diego Armando Maradona
Argentina excelled in his country very fast, in particular the ranks of Rosario Central, debuting at 1994 with only 17 years. From there, It was sold to Sevilla 1996 and he got baptized as “Inheritor of Maradona”. Obviously this did not help much with weight and at that time, those meant.
Above that Sevilla was possibly the worst in the history of the Seville club, counting in its ranks with players like sailor Y Marinakis among other great pufos, they got down to Sevilla after more than twenty consecutive seasons in First.
Juice 6 parties with more pain than glory and away from the Sevilla ended when it was discovered that his representative had hit a ball with him. There had been irregularities with the fees and conditions of his pass and the player had been swindled by his representative also, Not content with this he also defrauded the Sevilla. In the end Cristian Colusso He paid the piper a murky affair.
A less than prolific career in professional soccer
This story with your representative made Colusso happen nothing more and nothing less than two years blank. In an attempt to raise his career, he went to play Mexico where if he had not had enough bad luck so far, He was seriously injured. This was already a highlight for his career and the Argentine no longer went beyond the minor divisions of England, Venezuela, Argentina, Italy and Algeria. thus completing a distant race of enormous anticipation that his nickname, They had put him.