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“I put the red and white at the peak of the pandemic: it was my talisman”

first_imgMessage to Martínez-AlmeidaThe patients, when they saw him with the ’10’ on his back, revealed, they already knew it was because of Futre. “All without failure, “he insists.”When they recognize him I open the EPI a little so they can see the shirt underneath. That rogue smile is drawn to them that only we understandWhen he saw that Futre himself echoed his photo on Twitter showing the red and white, the ’10’ on his back, he confessed that he had to “check several times “if the profile was verified, if it really was Futre.”I asked the colleagues if they were playing a joke on me: This is as if a culé of 10 years in two decades suddenly Messi writes to him one day. Crazy Paulo. ” When The shirt signed by Futre arrived at his house, he reveals, he laid it on the bed and looked at it in silence, for 10 minutes. “I felt like when a dog has been locked up for three days and you open the door for him. It is something that I will tell my grandchildren with the greatest pride in the world. “The interview ended with some advice (” justI appeal to common sense, to hand hygiene, the safety distance and the non-collapse of health centers if you are not really serious. But above all, empathy and respect towards the neighbor who is at home in confinement. Please do not be selfish “), a message to the Mayor of Madrid, Martínez-Almeida (“whatPlease do not stop our work to applause. There are many of us who are risking our lives and ours with temporary contracts without looking to see if we will be in our positions in a few months. When it comes to fighting day by day we do not look at our contractual situation, as if the administration does “) and a rojiblanco cry:”Party by party and fighting like brothers we will all win. “ Manuel Pujadas, the warden of the Gomez Ulla General Defense Hospital in Madrid, which went viral by sharing a photo in which he was seen fighting the Covid-19 with the red and white and the ’10’ painted on the back in honor of Futre, not only received a few days later a t-shirt sent and signed by his idol, he has also been interviewed by him in Sports world, newspaper with which Futre began to collaborate a few weeks ago. “I never thought that opening ‘Sports World’ I would see Paulo Futre interviewing me. Imagine for a second what it feels like, “he wrote on Twitter, a silent witness to all this history.”I thank Sports world have this space to interview you and give visibility to you and all the heroes without capes who fight daily for us, “the interview began the Portuguese.”The idol of this interview is you, not me, and from the admiration I ask you these questions“He continued. Questions about who is” the Clark Kent rojiblanco “, how he has lived from within the development of this pandemic, where Atlético comes from. I never thought that opening the sports world I would see @PauloFutre interviewing me, imagine for a second what it feels like, thank you all for the love and support, I hope you like the interview, it could not go out entirely but it is great, Aupa atleti, OBRIGADO IDOLO pic.twitter.com/s9TlqqQwx2– Pujadas (@PujadasManuel) April 14, 2020“I’m just a normal kid from Carabanchel“Pujada replied in the first place.” I am 36 years old and I am proud to be from Atlético. “In addition to his job as a guard, he is also a football coach in two teams, “CD Las Rozas: a cadet as first coach and senior B as second with Rafa Casado,” he points out. It was in the harshest weeks of the Covid-19 crisis (“the weeks from March 16 to April 3. We had to close the emergencies on March 30 due to collapse “):”Heads began to collapse in many of us. Not being able to leave the house for anything other than going to the hospital is undermining you. Many of us had not seen our relatives for too many days. Specifically, I have not seen my 6-year-old daughter today for 24 days. That’s when I thought I needed some talisman to give me strength and what taught me never to give up was my Athletics“last_img read more

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