Sevilla FCTOLos Angeles Times discuss the Covid-19 crisis with sports director and Jess Navas
Sevilla return to star in the sports section of the Los Angeles Times, one of the most widely recognized and widely distributed newspapers in the United States.If at the end of the year the role of Monchi was highlighted in the signings after his return to Nervin, comparing him with the well-known Billy Beane in the use of data (Big Data) when carrying out his work, the current reason has been to analyze the situation generated by the health alert with planetary football and the rest of the freights completely stopped.
The prestigious newspaper titled this topic:Realities of COVID-19 make for uncomfortable situation for Spanish soccer(The reality of COVID-19 creates an uncomfortable situation for Spanish football). In the same they began with thetragic death of Francisco Garca, coach of the Malaga team Atlético Cover Alta, with only 21 years. “A 21-year-old boy, with his whole life ahead of him? There are no words; there cannot be any,” Monchi stressed from his home, where he is serving the confinement decreed by the authorities.
And is that this health alert affects everyone equally.“Nobody is immune to this virus,” said Sevilla captain, Jess Navas. “Soccer is my profession, I love this sport with all my soul. Soccer has given me everything. Butthe most important thing is our health“Add. An idea that is very clear, in Seville and the rest of the national football.” The best we can do now, not only footballers, everyone, is to isolate ourselves.The Spanish, in general terms, we are setting a great example of responsibility“ended
It is the question that all fans ask themselves today, while also waiting for the situation to improve to return to their daily life. “Logically, I want to be optimistic. Butnone of that makes sense if we don’t defeat the coronavirus first. Health first, then everything else will come, “argued the sports director, who is aware that the end of the tunnel is still a long way off. Navas, for his part, talks about“be an example for my colleagues”. “As a captain I want to be. This situation is a challenge for all lite athletes.In difficult and adverse times are when people bring out the best in themselves. “, he pointed out.
Soccer will continue to stand still indefinitely. The LA Times has again turned to experience andpositivism of a football man like Monchito try to decipher the near future of the national and European championships. “I try to see the bright side of things, even in this very difficult situation. So I thinkour group can come out much stronger “, ended.