Cagliari’s Mauricio Pinilla says he hopes to remember which side he plays for when he faces Palermo this weekend.
The Chilean left the Rosanero for the Rossoblu in January on loan and will come up against his parent club in Week 23.
“It’ll be a strange feeling for me to play against Palermo,” stated the forward. “I hope I don’t pass the ball to Fabrizio Miccoli – that is a force of habit.
“Palermo remains an important chapter in my career for me and I have to thank Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini for that.
“I won’t be looking to score against Palermo on Saturday, instead I’ll be aiming to score a goal for Cagliari…”
Pinilla joined Palermo in 2010 after a stint in Serie B with Grosseto. He has one goal in three games for Cagliari so far.
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