Raúl Ruidíaz, current MLS champion with the Seattle Sounders and former star of the Morelia Monarchs of the MX League, said in an interview that the insecurity experienced in Mexico was one of the main reasons for seeking a transfer to the American League Raul Ruidiaz on how quality of life influence his decision to come to MLS: “If you have family you have to think twice of coming to Mexico. You can’t be oblivious to what happens in your country, I lived so many things and saw so many others, that influenced me to choose MLS. ” pic.twitter.com/Yj9CYYuyzh– MLS Buzz (@MLS_Buzz) February 17, 2020 For two and a half years, Ruidíaz was the player and top scorer of Monarcas Morelia, causing the team to qualify for the Liguillas, in addition to winning two goals, the first in the Opening 2016, tied with Dayro Moreno and the second solo, at the Clausura 2017, for which he was a two-time scorer. In an interview for ESPN, the Peruvian said that the security that is lived in Mexico, mainly in Michoacán, where he lived, could not be ignored and made him worry about himself and his family: ‘If you come single, it does not influence so much, but if you have family you have to think twice come to Mexico. You can not be oblivious to what happens in your state, I lived so many things and saw so many others, that influenced a lot to choose the MLS’Ruidíaz had offers of powerful teams from Mexico, such as Tigres and Monterrey, but the Peruvian did not want to settle in Mexico, so he emigrated to MLS, where he just got the title of the 2019 season, after eliminating Carlos Vela’s LAFC in the semifinals, in a surprising way. In the final they beat the Toronto team. The former Morelia player scored 15 goals last season, including playoffs.
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