"Yes, yes, yes, yes. If I could turn back time, I think I would have stayed six more months in Dallas. But you can’t regret anything in life. It was a great challenge and now I’m here in
Xolos enjoying my talents coming back and that’s really the only thing that’s important."
-- Fabian Castillo
, whose hasty departure from FC Dallas to Fenerbahce in 2016
forced him to miss the MLS club's run to the U.S. Open Cup title and Supporters' Shield championship, on his move to Mexico's Tijuana after struggling in Turkey and his success this winter since
former FC Dallas coach Oscar Pareja
took over as Xolos coach. Tijuana is tied for fourth place after 11 games in the Torneo Clausura. (Goal.com