Guido Herrera made the lower divisions in Belgrano de Córdoba and also his professional debut was in the Pirata but paradoxically one day like today in 2016 he promoted to the first division with Talleres after 12 years . In dialogue with TNT Sports, the goalkeeper recalled that afternoon that marked a before and after in the life of the team.
"We had a lot of pressure and we knew we had to ascend. But it was healthy pressure," he explained. Later, he added: "We knew that the squad that was set up was for promotion. It was a highly hierarchical squad with players like Guiñazú and Caranta, among others." In turn, he recalled how that celebration was at the Mario Alberto Kempes: "People manifested it by going to the Kempes on a Sunday night in the dead of winter. There were 40,000 people. Incredible."
Regarding his past in the Cordovan pirate, Herrera – who not only played in the two greats of Córdoba but also defended the colors of Defensores de Belgrano de Villa Ramallo from 2013 to 2015 – said that "I did the inferior ones in Belgrano, but go Talleres was a huge challenge that I wanted to do. "