Javier Garcia L.

Colo Colo

After Colo Colo’s triumph against Real Betis, Omar Carabalí confirmed that he will go out on loan in 2023 and said a heartfelt goodbye through social networks, stating that he hopes to return “more mature” to the Monumental Stadium.

Carabalí said goodbye to Colo Colo after the game with Betis
© Guille Salazar/Red GoalCarabalí said goodbye to Colo Colo after the game with Betis

Colo Colo closed his year with a new victory against the Real Betis. The albos received the béticos again, this time in Viña del Mar, and were left with a 1-0 win thanks to a great goal from Leonardo Gilending their friendly triangle and the last challenge of their award-winning season.

And, also, saying goodbye. Omar Carabalistarter in both games against the Spanish team, confirmed that he will go on loan in 2023 and signed an emotional farewell through social networks, where he thanked the Alba fans and discussed what he expects for the following year.

“Many thanks to the great fans for all the care and love shown over the years. I’m leaving, but I will return, God willing, more mature to look for what by grace belongs to me. Thank you people, I am going to miss these fans every weekend joining us in all corners of this country, ”he shared.

“I finish the year happy and eager to start 2023 with everything. Wherever I am, I will carry them in my heart and I will encourage them as one more fan”, closed the goalkeeper, who is not part of the Cacique’s plans before the hiring of Fernando de Paul.

In total, Carabalí only played six games this season. Three of them were in the National Championship, they had a stage in the Copa Chile and another was against River Plate in the Copa Libertadores, where he came on as an emergency due to an injury to Brayan Cortés.

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