EX PLAYER OF THE BARÇA
Pedro: "My children are in Barcelona, it is hard not to see them"
Published:25/03/2020 - 11:10h
Updated:26/03/2020 - 17:25h
Pedro Rodríguez, the ex footballer of the FC Barcelona and that at present plays in Chelsea, regretted not being able to see to his children owing to the coronavirus
The propagation of the coronavirus follows agrandando the sanitary crisis that are living some countries like Spain or Italy. The state of alarm has shot in a lot of countries of the world and especially in the European continent, where the pandemia is azotando with greater strength. Something that forces to the population to remain in his house to avoid contagions and that, of course, has cut the trips between countries.
Pedro Rodríguez, the ex footballer of the FC Barcelona and that at present plays in Chelsea, is one of the players that has seen forced to be separated of his family by this same reason. The ex Barcelona went through the microphones of the Crossbar of the Chain Be to comment his experience and explain how is living the pandemia from earths londinenses.
Pedro regretted the not being able to be beside his children in a moment so complicated like the current and affirmed that it is hard for him the situation that is living. "My children are in Barcelona. I say them that they try to be home, that papi misses them and that would like me be with them", said, adding that "it is hard to not to see them, imagine that there will be more people like me".
"It is hard to not to see them, imagine that there will be more people like me"
The Canarian forward wished that all can solve prompt, since it is a situation that escapes entirely of control. "It is a situation sometimes incontrolable because there is not half, there are not resources… Of some way seat you identified with all, expect that soon the situation can normalise and can receive better news", said.
Besides, it wanted to appreciate to the sanitary professionals the invaluable value of his work. "It gives me a lot of penalty by all what is happening and the news that arrive us from Spain, from here give once again the thanks to all the sanitary personnel, to the security forces of the state, the people that are in the supermarkets day in day out… thank all the world by the work that are developing. Ojalá Can brake this virus", wished.
Pedro also wants to help
Pedro also recognised to have put in contact with hospitable centres of Tenerife to be able to help economically to resupply with sanitary material. "We were seeing in my foundation how help, put us in contact with the hospitals of the island. The sanitary material escasea in all the country and all what can help, welcome was", sentenced.