Minute of silence before Atalanta - Real Madrid

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The tragedy was primed with the Atalanta in the preview of his match against him Real Madrid. The club of Bergamo announced the passing of Willy ta bi, a youth squad who had been fighting cancer in recent months. For this reason, before the start of the meeting of the Champions League a respectful minute of silence was observed in his memory.

Atalanta issued an official statement to spread the sad news: “President Antonio Percassi and the entire Atalanta family are deeply saddened by the death of Willy Ta Bi. A cruel fate too soon interrupted a dream that began with the Nerazzurri shirt in January 2019. “

The Italian squad also added that the youth squad “lIt took just a few months to get a leading role in the quarry and contribute to returning the Scudetto to Bergamo, but above all to leave a great mark. “” Ciao Willy “, Atalanta said goodbye to his former player.

Minute of silence before Atalanta – Real Madrid


“He saw his dream come to an end too soon,” they said from Atalanta. And is that in recent months, the footballer had fought against the cancer that had been detected and that in the end he has not been able to overcome. The news had a strong impact on Italy, but he soon went around the world, with the consequent displays of consolation and support for the entity and the close circle of Willy Ta Bi.

From tragedy to duty

In mourning, but still having to do homework. The Champions League does not wait and this Wednesday Atalanta and Real Madrid have met at the Bergamo Stadium. This is the first of the two matches that Italians and Spaniards must play for one of the tickets at stake to access the quarterfinals of the highest continental competition.

A match that Real Madrid have described as a ‘final’. After the disappointments of recent seasons, the Whites are confident of being able to go through to the next round and thus become one of the eight best teams on the Old Continent. The way to The Fourteenth has started.

[Más información: Antonio Percassi, el ‘Amancio Ortega’ del Atalanta que abandonó el fútbol por los negocios]



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