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Longtime Mexican league veteran Ramon Morales said his club's season was abysmal but still wants to continue playing.

Things did not quite go Ramon Morales' way this year. The former Chivas and Mexico standout suffered through a 3-9-3 campaign with Estudiantes Tecos as the club were never really a threat to contend for a playoff spot.

"It was a bad season," Morales told Mexican daily Milenio. "From the start, we were bad. We could never find any consistency and we paid for it by being eliminated (from playoff contention)."

For his part, the 35-year-old Morales had a strong campaign. He has played 14 games and has one goal. He sat out the first half of the year and joined Estudiantes before the Apertura 2010 season began.

"I felt great physically, despite the time I was inactive," he said. "I came back from injury and in that sense I'm satisfied but in this situation nobody looks good, neither Ramon nor any other player when the team had such a bad season."

As far his future goes Morales, whose contract expires at the end of the year, said he has several options, including a possible venture to Major League Soccer.

"We're in that now," he said. "There is no problem with Estudiantes and I hope to begin talks with them soon."

Goal.com

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