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The emotional reunion in the Chivas vs. Mazatlán game, not Marco Fabian's

A historic Guadalajara player will be reunited with the Rebaño and will face them for the first time in seven years.

A Chivas reunion.
A Chivas reunion.

There are players who leave indelible marks in the history of an institution, but when one does it in a club like Chivas, it usually generates many feelings in the fans and even in the ball kicker when he is reunited with the red and white team, so this Friday there will be an emotional moment in the Kraken of Mazatlan.

Oswaldo Alanís will meet again with Guadalajara since he left the fold in 2020 when he left for the MLS with the San Jose Earthquakes, returning to Mexico in 2022; however, when he returned the purple team had already faced the Rebaño, so he could not be reunited with his former teammates.

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"It's going to be special because it's the first, I can't tell you how I'm going to feel, what I do know is that I'm very fond of him, I'm very grateful and it's always going to be a special match. An unforgettable stage, a stage with great experiences, with great teammates, with great people who were around us and who joined us to be able to achieve what was achieved. As time goes by, you realize how complicated it is to achieve it. I would put it as something unforgettable and something that will remain in our memories," he said in an interview with TV Azteca.

Alanís is a historic element due to the fact that he scored the goal with which Chivas won the Mx Cup in the 2015 Apertura, provided the pass for Alan Pulido's goal in the Final against Tigres and even scored a goal from a free kick to seal the Rebaño's place in the 2018 Concachampions against Seattle.

No considerations for Chivas

Alanís is one hundred percent committed to the Mazatlán team and assured that they will play their best to beat Guadalajara: "We need points, we need to score, because the team has been improving, it has been doing things better and better despite the results," he concluded.


 

Wilian Estrella

Journalist with more than 10 years of experience. Puma UNAM at heart. Fan of the most beautiful sport on the planet. I currently cover Liga MX, MLS, Premier League, Mexican National Team and USMNT. Always attentive to the latest world soccer news.+ info

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