Is Álvaro Fidalgo leaving Club America? They came from Spain to see him and the alarm bells are already ringing at Club Americabecause the club’s supporters are afraid to do without him.
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The news that they came from Spain to see the midfielder made the Azulcremas tremble since this visit took place during the match of Aguilas versus Thumbs up from Juarez.
It made them think that a scout from a the league club came to see him, so Aguilas fans immediately began investigating the possibility that the “Nino de Oro“, as he is nicknamed at Club Americacould return to his native country.
Is it true that Álvaro Fidalgo is leaving Club America?
The news came because, in the match against Bravos de Juárez, in which the Aguilas annihilated the club coached by Ricardo Ferrettia Spanish flag was seen flying in the stands of the Aztec Stadium.
This made the Mexican press and Azulcrenas fans wonder if Fidalgo’s time in Mexico was over. But it’s wrong, because the flag bearer was a fan.
And this fan, who for now is unknown if she was Spanish or if she just wanted Fidalgo to feel at home, showed a message dedicated to the player which read: “Happy birthday Magito“, written on a Spanish flag.
Although the news was quickly denied, the feeling of losing “Magito” was a sign of how the player earned a place not only in the team but also in the hearts of the fans.
For this reason, the alarm bell has sounded in Coapa on the possible departure of Álvaro Fidalgo
The player came to play for Club America after playing in Spanish Second Divisionwhich led fans of the Azulcream team to criticize the decision to bring him to the club.
However, after reach their first 50 gamesthe club’s fans are more than enamored with the player’s talent for all he has brought to the club.
Fidalgo has played 50 games with Club Americascoring 5 goals and providing 6 assists, as well as giving the club great attacking depth.
His vision and ability to open up spaces make him a versatile player who has been able to perform well in any area of midfield.
And the interesting thing about the 25-year-old is that he wants to go further, since through his Twitter account he quoted the publication of Club América in which he mentioned the record of his 50 games, to warn that he has not lost his ambition: “Let’s keep working so there are many more!”.
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