Panamanian midfielder Nelson Barahona promised to "give his life" for the Real Cartagena, a team from the city of Cartagena de Indias participating in the second division of Colombian soccer.
Russo, a 31-year-old player, will make his debut in the Aguila League after his participation in the Cartagines of Costa Rica, a team he stayed until last December 6 and scored a goal in 13 matches.
In a video posted on the Twitter account of Real Cartagena, the midfielder said "You will see my commitment. You will see that for this jersey I will give my life, and I hope that everything will happen in the best way. "
He also recognized how special the fans' support is and the demands imposed by them, whom he asked for respect to the players' work at all times.
Nelson Barahona, born on November 22, 1987 in the province of Colon, has a 15-year career in soccer, and he played in Colombia, Venezuela, Costa Rica and Uruguay; and scored 34 goals in 336 games.
In Real Cartagena he will meet his compatriots, striker Edwin Aguilar and midfielder Paul Roderick, and will be under the command of coach Richard Parra, who won seven titles in Panamanian soccer with Arabe Unido and Chorrillo FC.
#MiCorazónEsReal 🎙 “Por esta camiseta voy a dar la vida”, dice Nelson Barahona a la hinchada de Real Cartagena.— Real Cartagena (@RealCartagena) 30 de diciembre de 2018
El volante panameño aportará su fútbol al proyecto por el ascenso. pic.twitter.com/9Ghu05S7TY