Seven members of the Fuenlabrada who were confined in A Coruña have left this Sunday the hotel where they were staying and have returned to Madrid, while another seven, six of them without epidemiological discharge, continue in the hospitality complex in the Galician city.
The Galician Health Service released seven members of the Fuenlabrada expedition in A Coruña, Sergas sources reported.
All of them left the Finisterre hotel minutes before 12:30 in a bus that has taken them to the airport to travel to Madrid.
Thus, they join the 33 who received the epidemiological discharge last Friday.
At this time, only six club members remain and must remain isolated, according to the health protocols, and, with them, another member of the expedition.
Chico Flores says goodbye to A Coruña after “a few days to be forgotten”
The Fuenlabrada player Chico Flores shared an emotional letter this Sunday, in which he says goodbye to “days for oblivion” and he lived, in addition to confinement in a hotel in A Coruña, your hospital admission given the worsening of his health after his positive in COVID-19.
Chico Flores recalled that this was the second confinement separated from his children, insisted on the danger of the virus and wished that the sports conflict open after the suspension of the match that had to be played against Deportivo de la Coruña be solved in favor of Fuenlabrada, since in that last day of LaLiga SmartBank they should have played the pass to the promotion phase to the First Division.
“I think and say that much more is learned from negative experiences than from positive ones. We leave behind these days for oblivion, returning to Madrid, thinking of a beautiful future. No matter how long the storm is, the sun always shines again through the clouds “, wrote the footballer.
This is the content of the three pages that Chico Flores shared on his Twitter profile:
“Times of reflection”.
They have been locked in a room for many days, listening to the seagulls and the sound of the sea through a small window. Sounds that make you think and reflect, as an athlete, as a parent, but above all as a person.
They are already two confinements separate from my children, priceless moments that are pure gold and that will not return and will not return. Moments like the first words of my son Gael or the first steps of my daughter Chloe. Moments in which sadly I could not be at your side to enjoy them because of this damn virus.
Virus that this time I have had to live closely and that most of humanity thinks is not dangerous after having killed thousands of innocent people. Viruses that as we neglect ourselves and do not follow the sanitary indications that they give us day by day, will act again without looking at races or ages.
There is only one life, it is a gift from God; a gift that we will begin to enjoy when we realize that wealth really is family, true friends, people who are for good and bad, and time … time that passes very quickly and that we waste in moments and people that we should not.
Sportingly, they are complicated moments. We came with desire and enthusiasm to play a game that could be historic for us and in which in the end we were involved in a problem and doubly damaged. Both in sports and in health, which is the priority and the most important since without it we are nobody.
Problem that we hope, we wish and we trust that it will be solved as soon as possible and in our favor after proving with sufficient indications our innocence.
Sports, financially, and in health, it has been and continues to be a difficult year for the entire world. Moments when people have to come together, dialogue and shake hands to get all of this going.
Thank you to all the people who have spent a moment of their time to send us support and strength. Family, friends, disinterested people, our fans of CF Fuenlabrada, etc.
Special mention for the health workers who cared for me and who care for thousands of sick people in the hospital. They really are true heroes and they are the ones who really fight day after day against this damn pandemic.
Lastly, a huge thank you to the NH Collection A Coruña Finisterre hotel and all its staff for always being cared for in the best possible way. They are people, they have families and even so they have had to deal with patients with COVID-19 with the best face and predisposition so that we did not lack anything and our days were more enjoyable.
I am one of those who think and say that from negative experiences you learn much more than from positive ones. We leave behind these days for oblivion, returning to Madrid, thinking of a nice future. No matter how long the storm is, the sun always shines again through the clouds. / Chico Flores “.