Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán This Sunday he gave an emotional tribute, before the start of the Sevilla-Osasuna League match, to the three colleagues of Sevilla, a father and his two teenage children, who died in several accidents that happened last Thursday on the A-4 in Ciudad Real, when they were going to Madrid to see their Cup team against Atlético.
Players from both teams They wear black bracelets as a sign of mourning for a terrible accident that filled Sevillismo and the Sevillian town of Morón de la Frontera with pain, from where the three who died in the accident in Santa Cruz de Mudela came from.
Before the match, and as done in all first and second matches at the initiative of La Liga and Sevilla, a very respectful minute of silence was held in memory of Antonio Gonzalez Castile, 47 years old, and his sons Antonio and Pepe González Morilla, 17 and 15 years old, respectively.
During this minute of silence, and instead of the ‘Amarguras’ march, the unofficial song of the Sevillian Holy Week that is usually played in the public address system in this kind of tribute to Sánchez-Pizjuán, the song titled ‘Our Faith’ was played, dedicated to the Nazarene of Morón de la Frontera, a brotherhood in which the three deceased Sevillistas were closely associated and of which the father was the foreman.
In the central circle of the Sevilla stadium, three Sevilla shirts with the names of the deceased fans and a wreath of flowers were also placed, as was done by the president of the club, José María del Nido Carrasco, in their respective seats, two of them in Preference and one in Gol Norte, with their team jackets and their names and some roses, on a day of mourning and very sad for all fans of the team from the neighborhood of Nervión.
The president of Osasuna, Luis Sabalza, accompanied the president of Seville, José María de Nido, to place bouquets of flowers in their locations.