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Santiago Ormeño was summoned with Peru for the America Cup, thus ending your chances of being considered for the Mexican team, a fact that generated pain in his family nucleus, as indicated Walter Ormeño Jr., father of the forward.

“The truth is one thing that hurts. As a father what you have done is support him since he was born; he has developed in Mexico, we had always wanted him to play in Mexico“, he expressed in an interview with Radio Unión de Perú.

“Almost all of his family and friends are from Mexico; the least are over there (in Peru), but anyway, he knows what a cacao is, a seviche, he knows what the culture of Peru is, he knows what his grandfather is and what he has been. He spent six months in Cuzco and had Peruvian friends, colleagues in the Heron“he added.

Despite the sadness, the father of Santiago He assured that he does not hold a grudge against Gerardo Martino and less to Rogelio Funes Mori, who will be summoned with the Tri for the gold Cup.

“I have no ‘quarrel’ with him ‘Nanny’ Martino. Neither with Funes MoriWell, what fault does he have that his compatriot summons him?

“I think he had his plan quite armed. Things as they come, not to mention guilty,” he said.

The forward in his presentation with León

In addition, Walter Ormeño noted that the Tata He never communicated with his son, as he did not like his qualities as a forward: “We know what he said, that it did not fill his eye, that he needed another type of player.”



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