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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Diego Forlan says Porto a step back for Iker Casillas

The ESPN FC crew react to Iker Casillas' emotional farewell from Real Madrid as he moves to FC Porto.
Iker Casillas and Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez discuss the goalkeeper's free transfer to Portuguese Primeira Liga side Porto.
Iker Casillas was given a fond farewell by Real Madrid as he left the club after 25 years.
Real Madrid and Espanyol have reached an agreement over goalkeeper Kiko Casilla.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley still does not feel any sadness for Iker Casillas following his emotional farewell.
The ESPN FC crew react to viewer tweets regarding Craig Burley's Boiling Point on Iker Casillas' departure from Real Madrid.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno believes Iker Casillas was not shown the proper respect during his departure from Real Madrid and places part of the blame on the media.
ESPN FC analyst Craig Burley sounds off on Iker Casillas emotional farewell to Real Madrid after 16 seasons with the first team.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley does not have any sympathy for Iker Casillas despite his 25-years of service to Real Madrid.
An emotional Iker Casillas made a statement saying goodbye to his fans in Madrid after 25 years and 19 trophies as he is heading to Porto.
ESPN's Fernando Palomo discusses Iker Casillas' transfer from Real Madrid to FC Porto, assessing his legacy he leaves behind.
Iker Casillas' 25-year career with Real Madrid has come to a close with the club announcing the departure of their veteran captain to FC Porto.

Iker Casillas' Real Madrid exit and his signing with Porto was "a step back for Iker," said Uruguay striker Diego Forlan in his weekly column in The National.

"I have huge respect for Porto, another great club who consistently challenge for titles," Forlan wrote, adding that it was a tough decision for Real Madrid. "They identify players, develop them and then sell them on for a profit, but let's not pretend they're Real Madrid, one of the biggest clubs in the world. It's a step down for Casillas,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Diego Forlan returns to boyhood club Penarol in Uruguay

Diego Forlan will return to his native Uruguay to play with boyhood club Penarol.

Uruguayan striker Diego Forlan has signed with Uruguayan Primera Division side Penarol, where he played as a boy, the club announced on Friday.

Forlan, 36, began his youth career with the Montevideo club, where his father Pablo also starred in the 1960s. He signed an 18-month contract.

"I didn't do it for my dad, I did it for myself," Forlan said. "If it makes me happy and all those around me even happier, then for me it will be all that much better.

"I am coming to enjoy football and to try to...

 By Chris Wright

Nacional teammate has Alvaro Recoba's face tattooed on arm

Nacional took all the spoils in the Uruguayan clasico against bitter rivals Penarol a weekend or two ago thanks in the main to a spectacular 30-yard freekick from their veteran playmaker Alvaro Recoba.

Having come on for the final 20 minutes, Recoba sealed a dramatic 2-1 win for Nacional in the fifth minute of injury time when the 38-year-old club legend curled in a trademark set-piece to snaffle the victory for his side with what transpired to be the last meaningful kick of the game.

Already besotted...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Keeper loses four fingers in accident

A goalkeeper in Uruguay lost four of his fingers in an accident while doing repairs on his house on Monday and has been told he will never play again.

Juan Obelar was forced to retire.
Juan Obelar was forced to end his career early.

Toe Poke: Keeper loses fingers

Juan Obelar, 34, once played for Uruguayan giants Penarol and won the Honduran league with Marathon in 2008. He left Uruguayan side Fenix at the end of last season to take a break from the game, but was planning to return...