A youth soccer coach died in Spain after giving a post due to coronavirus

Spain continues to be the focus of information when talking about the coronavirus. Among its more than 200 deaths, this Sunday that of a 21-year-old man in the risk group was recorded and he had tested positive for COVID-19 in tests that had been done days before.

Francisco Garcia, coach of the children's team of the Malaga club Atlético Portada Alta did not overcome the disease. To Spanish he had been diagnosed with leukemia before and the virus made his condition worse. The young man became the seventh deceased in the Andalusia region.

Until now, the Spanish technician became the youngest person in Spain to die from this disease which is recorded and in dialogue with "Malaga Today"The health sources assured that if he had only been infected with the virus, he would surely have recovered.

"From Atlético Portada Alta we want to express our deepest condolences to the family, friends and close friends of our coach Francisco García that has left us, unfortunately, today. Now what do we do without you, Francis? If you were always with us on the Cover or where necessary, helping. How are we going to continue conquering kilometers in the league? We don't know how, but we will surely do it for you. We will not forget you, rest in peace, phenomenon. Until forever ”, It was the statement published by the team's official account on their social networks.

As detailed by the site "ABC" from Spain, García He had leukemia that had been detected after going to the Regional Hospital last week with symptoms properly corresponding to the coronavirus (shortness of breath).

The president of Atlético Portada Alta, José Bueno, spoke about the death of his colleague and explained that it occurred around eight o'clock at night in the medical center and that minutes earlier he had spoken to his family and was stable. The manager hoped that the young man would be saved because "he was a strong boy," he lamented.

At the same time, he commented that "He had his whole life ahead" and that "he loved the children as if they were his own". García was part of the institution four years ago and in addition to training the fourth children's division (12 and 13 years old), he was also the delegate of the "Benjamin" category (between 8 and 9 years old)

Málaga's first team, the city where the club is located, also echoed the death of Francisco García and sent his condolences to his family: "From the Club we want to convey to Atlético Portada Alta our deepest condolences for the loss of one of its technicians, Francisco García, as well as send a warm hug to your family and friends. Together we must stop # COVID19. ”