Luis Miguel ‘Pulga’ Rodríguez stood out on the last date of the Professional League Cup, scoring a tremendous goal in the victory of Colón de Santa Fe against Central Córdoba Y He highlighted his wishes to continue playing and where he wants to retire.
‘Pulga’ spoke with the radio program ‘How are you doing’ and he stated: “I don’t think of retiring. For now I can finish the training sessions and I don’t have great pain ”.
Further, He remarked that he is comfortable at Sabalero, but his desire is to retire at his beloved Atlético Tucumán and at the best possible level: “Today I have a contract in Colón and I think about this tournament. Where I want to retire is at Atlético Tucumán, but I don’t want to go back for a walk. I want to retire well, through the front door and playing ”.
“Footballers should think about looking for options when the end of their careers approaches. The doors are closing and the opportunities are very few. You retire young and at 40 you have your life ahead of you, “added the 35-year-old forward, thinking about his future.
Regarding his goal of the last date, Rodríguez acknowledged: “Maybe when goals are scored in bigger teams, the repercussion is different. One seeks to be a protagonist in the team and in the club. I’m very happy because I do it in training and now it came out on the court ”.
“I tell the boys that they have to train more, get the differences in practice. They have to be prepared, because perhaps they have to enter a few minutes into the game and they have to take advantage of it, “closed the ‘Pulga’.