This was day 1 of confinement for the Espanyol players

This Sunday was lived the first full day of the state of alarm decreed by the Government, of which obviously no stratum of society is alien. Nor have the footballers, most of whom have raised awareness of the importance of 15-day confinement by spreading the slogan 'I stay at home'.

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So it has also Espanyol, who has discovered what some of his players are dedicating to, apart from following some personalized training guidelines, this mandatory gathering time.

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Javi López.

The family occupies almost everyone's time, starting from the captain, Javi López, who uses to cook with her oldest daughter. Or as Paloma Fernandez, his counterpart in Feminine A, surrounded by the ingredients of a whole team.

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Paloma Fernández.

Too Naldo Gomes Take the opportunity to play on the sofa with your baby. Y Sergi Darder, to see pictures with your child on your lap.

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Naldo Gomes.

Between family, children and pets is Débora García, which gives way to that second category of footballers who pose giving affection to their dogs. It happens with Fernando Calero and also with Oscar Melendo.

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Fernando Calero.

To take the air on their respective balconies or terraces, something so simple but at the same time so healthy, take advantage Wu Lei, Elba Vergés Y Brenda Perez.

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Wu Lei.

And those who appear reading a book are located on an intellectual plane. It is the case of Adrià Pedrosa and his ‘Rafa, mi historia’, a biography of Rafa Nadal by John Carlin. Also from Oier Olazabal and io The Future of Humanity ’by Michio Kaku, a best seller for scientific dissemination.

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Adrià Pedrosa.

Towards self-help they pull Andrés Prieto, with ‘Where your dreams take you’, by Javier Iriondo (and foreword by Pablo Motos), and Gonzalo Ávila, Pipa, which reads ‘The voice of your soul’, by Luis García Calvo.

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Andrés Prieto.

They appear on stage Adrian Embarba Y Sébastien Corchia giving the games of the Play, a much more usual practice than the one that practices Matías Vargas. The ‘Monito’ has collected numerous puzzles, such as that of the Sagrada Familia and several 1,500 pieces, for a state of alarm that can be long but must be dealt with in the best possible way.

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Matías Vargas.