The Mexican accepts that he missed the opportunity to play in the first division to remain in Córdoba.
The Mexican footballer of the Wellington de Australia, Ulises Davila, assured that he was wrong when listening to the people who recommended him to leave the Córdoba and thus lose the opportunity to play in the First Division of Spain.
In an interview with Marcelino Fernández de ESPN, Dávila, who in 2014 scored the goal that gave him promotion to LaLiga al Córdoba, revealed that his objective was to stay at the Iberian club, however, his representatives encouraged him to leave the institution despite the fact that Chelsea, owner of his letter at the time, had given him the go-ahead to continue with the squad. Spanish.
“It was the idea to stay, it was all made to stay, it was Chelsea and they had no problem, I was young but people always influence and listen to the agents and representatives who told me that something better could come out, calm down and not having pushed to stay, it was a mistake and it is one of the few things that I regret that I should have decided to stay, part of life, that’s why I’m here.
“If I had played first in Spain It would be another thing, we have seen it with many who play first class in Spain it changes your life, it did not happen, it was not something sporting because I played and scored goals, it was more off the field, it is from the little I say I could have been more determined and I let other people take it, but here we are, it’s part of mistakes and learning, “he said.
Ulises, who is a product of the quarry of Chivas, considered that if he had remained in the Córdoba I would have had a better chance of playing for a major club in Europe
and earn a place in the Mexican team.
“Playing there (Spain) makes the pressure to go to the national team, you have good matches in the national team and you have more opportunity or in the league and they consider you for other teams, but it did not happen,” he said.
The last club Ulises Davila on the MX League was Santos and facing the transfer window, the Mexican does not reject the possibility of returning to Aztec football after ending the contract with him Wellington.
“We are waiting for it to continue, we hope that a good offer will come out where I can be comfortable and happy, you want to play, no matter where and with whom, to continue playing and enjoying and giving quality life to my family, which is the most important thing,” he said.