Guillermo Marino: Ex-Boca Juniors star blames 'alien abduction' after missing training session

Guillermo Marino: Ex-Boca Juniors star blames 'alien abduction' after missing training session

- Guillermo Marino has made what could be described as the most stunning revelation

- The former Boca Junior star says he was once abducted by aliens

- His former team-mate Gustavo Lorenzetti says players were stunned by the comments

A South American ex-footballer Guillermo Marino has made a stunning revelation how he was abducted by aliens while on his way to training, saying the extraterrestrial beings 'analysed his soul'

His claims seem to be the most controversial one as he was questioned on why he missed training on a particular occasion.

Alarm didn't go off? Dog stole one of your boots? Stuck in traffic? All reasonable excuses for missing training session in Chile.

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But claiming to have had your soul removed by aliens is definitely a new one.

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"Guillermo says that he arrived late to one training because he was abducted by aliens," former team-mate Gustavo Lorenzetti revealed to Lado B.

"He started to explain that he was suddenly lost and abducted by aliens. He explained that they take out your soul, analyse it and all the while on the journey they are looking after you. He said something like that.

"Honestly I believe in aliens. He gave a great explanation and we'll have to believe him.

"So other types of channels will have to call him so he can tell it better. But in any case: he was abducted by aliens.

Guillermo Marino: Ex-Boca Juniors star blames 'alien abduction' after missing training session
Guillermo Marino starring for Boca Juniors. Photo Credit: Getty Images
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