The victory of the 2013 season was won by the Spanish goalkeeper David Sierra, who unfortunately spent only one tournament defending the cabin of the club, where he left beautiful memories under the sticks.
The former player of Real Madrid was brought to the country by Carlos Cantarero, also a Spaniard, a coach who at that time managed the lecheros. However, the goalkeeper had an episode that, although it was not unfortunate, scared him a lot.
In the Offsiders podcast, he explained what he experienced one night in La Ceiba, where the driver assigned that day was the amazing Wilmer Crisanto, who was still young at the time. David Sierra said they were in a meeting and asked his teammates, the other players, to rest.
“I told them that we had to leave, that it was dark, that tomorrow we would train and that if it was dark it would be more dangerous. We got into my van, four of us and I asked who was driving? And then let the Honduran drive, who was one boy who later played in the Olympics, his name is Wilmer Crisanto, and let him drive who needs a teacher, we said,” he began to speak.
“It started and it’s not like now with GPS. He went down a small path that we didn’t know where it was and suddenly we appeared on the side like a neighborhood or a city with a murky atmosphere and that’s not where we were going,” he continued. he.
The Spanish goalkeeper admitted that even ‘Songó’ did not know where he was, because he was wandering around and did not leave the place where they disappeared.
“We go in there, we start walking around and we don’t know how to get out, and people stare at you and maybe say ‘these guys aren’t from here’ and what do we do?” If you ask, there are two options: that you find someone who likes football, knows you and helps you, and someone who doesn’t like and doesn’t help you, A or B,” he recalled.
“We stopped the car and some guys looked out the window and there was the Honduran, a dark-skinned Panamanian and a Colombian, and I said ‘I’m going to Rinchi’ (laughs), a complex situation. Well, they were watching and we told them we were lost,” said the Iberian in great detail.
“And they started to see everyone and they met Crisanto, he is a U-20, and they said to him, what are you doing here? go there, it’s like the boy said ‘they’re going to be killed here’, he gave us his hand and sent us out of there and told us not to even think about walking around there… we’re lucky, ” David Sierra concluded by saying .