After a good start to his career at Belgrano and the Racing consecration, Luciano Lollo arrived at River with many illusions, but a series of injuries complicated his time at the club, where he finally managed to play only 16 games in three years.
In dialogue with “Closs Continental”, the defender revealed the feelings left by his tough stage at the Millionaire: “For me it was very difficult and very frustrating to have been on the squad that has won so many things and not able to participate.”
“When I arrived I brought my career in an ascending way and in River I had to suffer,” said the current Banfield footballer.
However, the Cordovan highlighted the support he had in Núñez and remarked: “Thank God I found a very serious club, with people who knew how to serve me, and a coaching staff and teammates who were always by my side bancing me.”
“I will always be grateful to Marcelo (Gallardo) because with me he showed all his human side,” he added.
In addition, Lollo referred to his subsequent arrival at the Drill and stated: “I am extremely grateful to Banfield because he opened the doors for me at this point in my career.”
“Being able to continue has been very important to me and I value it very much. The simplest thing would have been to throw in the towel and stop suffering, but I was able to overcome it, ”he confessed.