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Colombian soccer glories who made fortunes and went bankrupt

Albeiro Usuriaga, Iván René Valenciano, Edwin Congo, Faustino Asprilla and Antony de Ávila were players who marked a b


Albeiro Usuriaga, Iván René Valenciano, Edwin Congo, Faustino Asprilla and Antony de Ávila were players who marked a before and after in coffee football. Peculiarly, these six players made bad decisions and lost their great fortunes. Some were more affected than others.

The scorer Albeiro Usuriaga, was the main protagonist in the classification of the Tricolor to the World Cup in Italy 90. In 2004, he was assassinated because he was surrounded by bad friends and that, He had been selling illegal substances for several years. The party and the alcohol made her lose his money quickly.

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Unbelievably, America’s idol from Cali, Antony de Ávila, lost all his wealth due to his excessive tastes. After spending all his money earned from football, he began to walk in bad ways, which led him to perdition.

Loved and hated in the coffee territorythe former Real Madrid player, Edwin Congo, wasted all his money while playing on European soil. It is an open secret that this former athlete owes a lot of money to people with whom he did extra-sports businessa clear example was evidenced after an elderly woman told the Spanish media that Edwin owed her $12,000 for the rent of a restaurant.

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The last two that we will mention managed to get out of bankruptcy; Iván René Valenciano loved liquor and partying, and his love led him to lose everything. After being practically on the street, the Bomber went to live with his mother. Today, this scorer lives from sports journalism.

Faustino Asprilla was also bankrupt, and that is because this Colombian character bet on businesses and lost in many of them. Recently, It was announced that the former Atlético Nacional player is correcting his debt evaluated at more than 1,200 million pesos.