Former Real Madrid President; Lorenzo Sanz dies of Corona virus

Former Real Madrid President dies of Coronvirus

Former Real Madrid President; Lorenzo Sanz joins the long queue of names claimed by the spread of the epidermic Corona Virus.

The effects of Corona Virus on our day to day lives can not be overemphasized as its also claiming lives in conjunction with chasing people off the streets.

Recently, a very important person to Los Blancos was snatched away by the cold hands of the death as he was discovered to have been infected with the Corona Virus.

Lorenzo Sanz was President at Santiago Bernabeu between 1995-2000 and was remarkable during his time for lifting two Champions League trophies among other 7 trophies.

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According to Lorenzo’s son; Fernando Sanz, his father had refused to go to the hospital until his health got worse and was rushed to the hospital when he was almost losing breath.

“He did not want to go to the hospital until he was short of air and he was getting worse,” Fernando Sanz said in quotes reported by Marca on Wednesday.

“They put him inside and told him that he was bad, with little oxygen in his blood. He said he had a low fever and did not want to collapse the system.”

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The 76-year-old died lately yesterday as the official body for Spanish Football; La Liga announced its condolences to Sanz’s family.

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“From LaLiga, we want to send our deepest condolences for the recent death of Lorenzo Sanz, with whom many of us have shared work and friendship.

“We share in the pain of this loss, especially for Real Madrid, the club of which he was president for years. Rest in peace.”

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