The former Lanzarote player Maikel Padrón He died yesterday after suffering a serious illness. Padrón, 34, defended the UD Lanzarote, Maritime Orientation and Unión Sur Yaiza t-shirts among other teams.
"It has been incredible to receive so much support, especially from people who were not even my colleagues, people from the Peninsula, from other islands … Those are the things that are not seen in football and that's the beauty It's nice to see that face of football. Fucking, because something like that has to happen, but I will not be able to thank so much, "explained Padrón in July at the Radio Marca Lanzarote microphones.
The UD Lanzarote reported the loss of Maikel Padrón in a press release of the early goodbye of "one of the players who has marked part of the most recent history of the Lanzarote sport". Padrón, born in 1984, participated in the last era of the hut entity in the Second B, where he played 64 matches. He was also champion of the category in the 2003/2004 campaign, with José Luis Mendilibar, current coach of Eibar Primera, on the bench red.
In said statement, the Lanzarote highlighted "its quality on the pitch", but above all "be a very dear person off the field." The UD Lanzarote will wear crepe and keep a minute of silence in his next match against Ibarra.
Father and husband, Maikel Padrón shared costumes with soccer players like Valdimir, Alejandro, Jonathan Torres, Jotha, Alejandro, Koldo Sarasúa, Maciot or Gustavo García to be "one of the players who has marked part of the most recent history of the team rojillo".