Gonzalez angry at axe
Mark Gonzalez has threatened never to play for Chile again after being thrown out of the squad last week.
The Liverpool winger was sent home along with team-mate Reinaldo Navia from Chile's European tour after a breach of discipline.
Chile coach Nelson Acosta axed the pair after he caught three girls in their rooms 24 hours after their friendly win over Republic of Ireland.
Acosta's actions have made Gonzalez consider his international future as he admitted he was hurt by the decision to send him home.
"After what has happened a lot of damage has been made to me," said Gonzalez.
"I am in a great moment of my career and this gives me a lot of problems.
"Now I am going to think very careful if I will wear again the national shirt because I told Acosta that there was a misunderstanding with what happened in Dublin but even with my explanations he decided to sent me back to Chile.
"It has been something really stupid but it has put me into problems. The press of all the world has been talking about me and I don't like that at all.
"I am really ashamed about all this.
"Neither Navia or me were drunk and I have already explained that we were with three girls only giving them our autographs.
"The press should say things how they were and not make us be the bad ones of the matter."
So its called giving autographs now.