Francisco Garcia, Spanish football coach dies at 21 after Corona virus diagnosis

The Atletico Portada Alta strategist was determined to have leukemia in the wake of being hurried to medical clinic with serious Covid-19 manifestations

Spanish football trainer Francisco Garcia has died at 21 years old in the wake of contracting coronavirus.

Garcia, who had filled in as Malaga-based club Atletico Portada Alta’s childhood group director since 2016, has become the fifth and most youthful casualty of the sickness in the district.

The Spaniard passed on Sunday subsequent to testing positive for Covid-19 a week ago, having been sent to the Regional Hospital of Malaga for treatment.

It has been accounted for that the youthful mentor could be the most youthful individual to have passed on from coronavirus to date, with the demise rate at its most elevated among those beyond 70 years old.

Atletico Portada Alta discharged an official explanation by means of web based life following Garcia’s passing, which peruses: “We need to communicate our most profound sympathies to the family, companions and dear companions of our mentor Francisco García who has left us, tragically, today.

Now what do we do without you, Francis? You were always there with us at Portada or wherever you were needed, helping out. How can we keep covering all those kilometres in the league?

“We don’t know how, but we will surely do it for you.

“We will not forget you, rest in peace, phenomenon. Until forever. “

Segunda outfit Malaga CF also expressed their condolences to Garcia’s friends and family in a short message on Twitter, stating: “From the club, we want to convey to Atlético Portada Alta our deepest condolences for the loss of one of their coaches, Francisco García, as well as send a warm hug to his family and friends. Together we must stop Covid-19.”