Julio César Falcioni is one of the goalkeepers most remembered by the fans of América de Cali. The roots of the Argentine, with the Cali squad, goes to the point that he continues to remember, with great appreciation. Well, when he passed through Colombia, he was part of that conquest of the scarlet five-time championship, from 1982 to 1986.
Now, as coach of Independiente, he was in an interview on Argentine television, where he recalled an event that happened to him in Cali, in his time as a player. It should be remembered that in Colombia, in the 1980s, complex moments were experienced, due to violence and the entry of drug cartels.
As is public knowledge, America was owned by the Rodríguez Orejuela brothers, who would later be captured. Leading to complications for the squad, which ended up on the famous Clinton list.
The exporter and now coach of Independiente, recalled an event that he experienced in the capital of Valle del Cauca, with some fans of Deportivo Cali “I was in the car, some fans of Deportivo Cali harassed me, so I got out. There were six or seven, I got off. They all came and I got in the car again, I went to the house I took a 357 (pistol) that I had and I went back. They were all together, when they saw me with the gun, they all opened up and I was left alone”.
In addition, he told how he threatened them and what happened to Miguel Rodríguez Orejuela “The next day, Don Miguel, the owner of the team, calls me. I said, he’s going to kick me out. What the fuck I did. He came and told me: ‘the next time you have a revolver in your hand and you don’t shoot, you have problems with me’.