Back in 2019, Neymar decided to throw a party in one of Paris most exclusive places and have over 500 guests just to celebrate his birthday, spending millions just to show he could. On that same year, Cuauhtémoc Blanco decided to have a small gathering with his family and close friends.
Today, the Club América legend is turning 49, and coming from the bottom, he’s set his mind to help the people in need if the state he’s a governor now. But outside politics, he’s claimed multiple times he only has one wish in mind.
“I want to become a coach. I want to coach Club América and El Tri. That’s everything I wish for.” He’s even said he doesn’t discard going back to Europe and start, again, from the bottom just to pursue his dream, something he might do after retiring from politics.
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Where did Cuauhtémoc Blanco finish his career?
Although the last game he disputed as a professional was with Club América, the team of his life, against the extinct Morelia, where he played a couple of minutes, Blanco played with Club Puebla and Lobos BUAP on the last years of his career.