Francisco Garcia Coach to Atletico Portada Alta was rushed to the hospital. After being diagnosed with leukemia having severe Coranavirus symptoms.
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Desde el Atlético Portada Alta queremos manifestar nuestro más profundo pésame a la familia, amigos y allegados de nuestro entrenador Francisco García que nos ha dejado, por profunda desgracia, en el día de hoy. ¿Y ahora qué hacemos sin ti, Francis? Si siempre estabas con nosotros en el Portada o donde hiciera falta, ayudando. ¿Cómo vamos a seguir conquistando kilómetros en la liga? No sabemos cómo , pero seguro que lo haremos, por ti. No te vamos a olvidar, descansa en paz, fenómeno. Hasta siempre. ?
The Spanish football coach died at the age of 21. After being affected by the coronavirus.
Francisco Garcia, since 2016 has been managing a Malaga-based youth team in Spain Atletico Portada Alta’s. He is currently the 5th and youngest to die of the outbreak in the area.
He was sent for treatment to the Regional Hospital of Malaga. After being tested positive of the virus last week. The Spanish coach died on Sunday.
Garcia arrival in the facility. It was found that he had leukemia. Which he was suffering from. This made him open and vulnerable to the world epidemic coronavirus.
The young coach could be the youngest to die of the coronavirus. To date gotten from reports. With the highest death rate of those in their 70s and above.
The death of Garcia’s was released an official statement in the social media platform of Atletico Portada Alta, which reads: We are sending our sincere condolences to the family, friends and close friends of our manager Francisco Garcia who left us.
“What are we going to do without you, Francis? Whenever we needed you, you are always available even at Portada. How are we to keep the kilometers in the league?
“We will do it surely for you, even we don’t know-how.
“Rest in peace, phenomenon, we will forever remember you.
Condolences were also sent. By Segunda outfit Malaga CF to Francisco Garcia family. And friends via messages on Twitter, which says: From the team, we want to send our deepest condolences to Atletico Portada Alta for the loss of their manager.Francisco Garcia, and send a warm hug to his friends and family. We will stop the coronavirus together.
Major football leagues in Spain has been banned until further notice. So to contain the spread of the virus, with 309 deaths in the country and 9,190 cases recorded to date.
Italy, England, and Germany have done the same thing, and also the UEFA Chiefs are to meet on Tuesday to determine the continuation of the 2019-2020 Champions League competition.