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Luciano Acosta explained the reasons why he returned to MLS

The Argentine left Atlas in the middle of the tournament

The Argentine left Atlas in the middle of the tournament
The Argentine left Atlas in the middle of the tournament

After two seasons defending the colors of Atlas, with irregular numbers, Argentine striker Luciano Acosta decided to return to Major League Soccer (MLS) to live his second experience in this competition, now as an incorporation of FC Cincinnati later of what was his time at DC United.

However, before starting his new experience in the United States, he wanted to remember how he passed through the red and black cast, and in conversation with Marca Claro he assured that he did not have a good time on Guadalajara soil, both for football and personal aspects. "I returned to MLS for many reasons, which began with a situation in Atlas that was not going well. The club could not pay me my salary. They told me that they could not pay me my salary", Acosta started pointing out.

Along these lines, the Argentine added that he didn't have the best time "also due to personal problems, family problems that need treatment, so it was more on that side my decision to come back to MLS to be able to help my family in these personal problems they're having".

In due time he commented that Atlas "is a great club, a great hobby, it has not won a tournament for several years, but we were in the process, we had many new players" Acosta indicated that during his stage in Liga MX, the Coronavirus pandemic played a key role in his departure.

The coronavirus pandemic, key in his decision

"At that time I was there, there was a pandemic that affected all the clubs worldwide and I think that taking a balance or something like that would be illogical. It was not good for anyone, so you can't take a balance based on what you know. he found this global pandemic", he concluded

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