“We could not say goodbye to him, or comfort my mother”

first_imgFernando Sanz went through the microphones of “The Stringer” of Cadena SER to remember his father, Lorenzo Sanz, after dying this Saturday from the coronavirus.Farewell: “We have not been able to say goodbye to him, or comfort my mother. Seeing the recognition that he is being unanimous about the figure of my father takes a little better despite the fact that this pain is for life.”Lorenzo Sanz: “The last time we spoke was at Christmas. I travel a lot for my chores. My father’s passions were family and Real Madrid. He was proud of what he had around the table.” The President of the Seventh: “My father entered through Ramón Mendoza in 1985 and stayed until 2000. It was another era. Italian soccer was the most powerful. In Spanish soccer, he had no powerful contracts or many resources. He set up a team that won the League and the European Cup. I have not seen anything like the arrival in Madrid then. Then the Eighth came in a difficult time because there was no such income as there is now. “Things to say: “You always have things left. My father was a real computer. In his head he remembered everything. In the ICU they let him have a phone and we could send him messages.”Tribute: “I have spoken with Florentino. The contact has been daily. Right now the important thing is to end this virus and that when it is finished you can see what has gone wrong. All the players of his time have called me destroyed. They are all devastated and wanting something to be done to remember the figure of my father. “last_img

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