Cuba allows soccer players to sign with professional leagues
The national commissioner, Rene Perez, announced that Cuban players will soon be allowed to sign massively and regularly with professional leagues.
The liberation of the Cuban Soccer marks the end of decades of agony for the development of the sport in Cuba and the start of a new era. So far, Cuban players could only play in the humble Cuban league, and if they were hired on their own in other leagues, they were forbidden to return to play for the national team, with the consequent impoverishment of our soccer.
Less than a month ago, five players became pioneers of hiring foreign tournaments, after the friendly match played between the national team and Santos Laguna, because this Mexican team included in its list of preseason Arichel Hernandez, Sandy Sanchez and Adrian Diz Pe. So did the Cruz Azul team with Maykel Reyes and Abel Martinez.