Jose Rojo Martin, ‘Pacheta’, coach of Real Valladolid, once again gave a life lesson at a press conference. He did it after the duel against Espanyol, when he explained the absence of Javi Sánchez with a speech about fatherhood, a moment in life that should always be above the professional.
javi sanchez, defender of Valladolid, was about to be a father before the start of the duel, a momentous game for the aspirations of permanence in which he wanted to be present. However, his coach did not hesitate to give the footballer permission to be with his family in a unique moment in life.
“The most normal thing is that the boy has to leave. Go be with your wife, because besides you never know what can happen. And if something happens, you have to be there. And then the emotion, if they let you see the birth of a child, there is nothing else in life. Here we win and lose, but the birth of life has no discussion, it doesn’t, and the boy has to leave, “Pacheta replied about the absence of the soccer player from him.
The happiness of Javi Sánchez
Javi Sánchez became a father at the same time that Valladolid certified the victory at home against the Catalan team, something that he himself shared with his followers through a photo shared on social networks. “Welcome to the world, my son. Marco, I love you”, was the message he added next to the photograph.
The news was received with happiness by his coach, who was twice as happy. “The soccer game is important, another teammate played it, we won, the boy was with his wife… Everyone was happy, this is a matter of life“He added in his statement.
Another emotional speech by Pacheta
This is not the only lesson that the man from Burgos has given at a press conference, as the coach has also left important lessons at a press conference about defeat, about the precocity of young people for being professionals or about recognizing the successes of the rival .
This video should go all over twitter!!
Patience in grassroots football!!
Lots of patience from everyone, players, parents, agents, etc… pic.twitter.com/FLg2QqylXY
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