Former Monterrey striker Humberto Suazo will retire in two years.
Humberto Suazo, Colo Colo’s Chilean forward, doesn’t want to become a manager like many other retired footballers. Instead, he said he has a project with his father-in-law to become a farmer
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‘El Chupete’ Suazo, who recently confirmed he would quit football in two years, says he wants to get away from the football world completely. He claims he has started a project with his father-in-law to open a farm and sell fruit and vegetables to the local community.
“First, I will dedicate my time to myself and to my family, I want to enjoy them and be with them all the time. Then I have a very important project with my father-in-law. I really like the countryside, I enjoy it, and I want to give something back”, he said in a recent interview with Radio Cooperativa.
The ex-Rayados player also said he wants to end his career with a title for Colo Colo – his boyhood team.
“First I want to finish my career in good shape, I hope to win a championship,” he said. “I still feel young and I’m certain can continue contributing to Colo Colo”.