Spanish Coach ‘Francisco Garcia’ Dies Of Coronavirus
Spanish Coach ‘Francisco Garcia’ Dies Of Coronavirus Aged 21yrs Old (Football News)
Spanish football coach Francisco Garcia has passed away just at the age of 21 after contracting coronavirus. Garcia, who had served as Malaga-based club Atletico Portada Alta’s youth team manager since 2017, has become the fifth and youngest victim of the illness in the region.
However, the Spaniard died on Sunday after testing positive for Covid-19 last week, having been sent to the Regional Hospital of Malaga for treatment. Upon his arrival at the facility, Garcia was found to be suffering from a form of leukaemia which made him more vulnerable to the virus currently sweeping the globe thus coronavirus. And consequently, It has been reported that the young coach could be the youngest person to have died from coronavirus to date, with the death rate at its highest among those over the age of 70.
“We want to express our deepest condolences to the family, friends and close friends of our coach Francisco García who has left us, unfortunately, today.
“Now what do we do without you, Francis? You were always there with us at Portada or wherever you were needed, helping out. How can we keep covering all those kilometres 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. ” Atletico Portada Alta.
Now, Spanish football’s major leagues have all been shut down indefinitely amid coronavirus crisis, with 9,190 cases recorded in the country to date and 309 deaths. Germany, Italy and England have all followed the same protocols, with UEFA officials set for a convocation on Tuesday to discuss whether 2019-20 campaign will be continued or not. Stay Tuned!
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