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It has been a storied career from the Chilean forward, Humberto Suazo, at Monterrey, but his time with the club has arrived to an end. The Club President and the Chilean took the stage this afternoon and announced that Suazo would be leaving the club after 7 years with the team.
“I want to thank all the managers that took out the best in me, to my teammates too,” said Suazo. “The important thing is to thank everybody. We will see each other at another point in life.”
Suazo is highly heralded as a living legend with the club. The 33-year-old made a total of 252 appearances with the club and scored a total of 121 goals. Additionally, he won two league titles and three CONCACAF Champions League titles.
As an honor, the club also decided to retire the number 26. Suazo will now return to Chile and play for Colo Colo.