FilGoal | News | Former Colombia and Inter player captured


Colombian authorities have arrested former Colombia, Inter and Porto midfielder Freddy Guaren for assaulting his father and family members.

The 34-year-old was arrested and videos appeared on social media with blood staining his clothes.

Local police claimed that Jawarin “was under the influence of narcotics” during his arrest.

According to Infobae, “There was a complaint of domestic violence, and when the police arrived at the scene, they found personal injuries inside a house where the son was playing the lead role in a quarrel against his parents.”

“They acted very professionally, and the parents asked for help until this person was transferred, and as stipulated by law, this was done,” the report added.

While police chief Pablo Ruiz said that the player tried to attack doctors and nurses while he was being treated.

“He had inconsistent behavior and started verbally and physically assaulting the police, medical staff and nurses,” Ruiz said.

Guaren missed the training of the Colombian club Myonarios in recent days for personal reasons.

The club showed its support for the player through the official account and regrets what happened.

Guaren has previously played for Boca Juniors, France, Saint-Etienne, and Portugal.

With the Portuguese Dragon, he won 10 titles, then moved to Inter Milan and spent 4 and a half seasons in the Nerazzurri shirt between 2011 and 2015.

The Colombian turned his sights on China, wearing the Shanghai Xinhua shirt for 4 seasons, during which he won the 2017 FIFA Cup.

And in the 2019 season, he joined the Brazilian ranks of Vasco da Gama, then he left in September 2020 and signed his transfer contracts to the Colombian legionnaire early this year.

With Colombia, he played 58 matches, scoring 4 goals, and played the 2011 Copa America and 2014 World Cup.


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