“I’m sorry, we won today.” So, meeting the Barça players, he ended David Zurutuza his ‘speech’ after receiving the club’s Gold and Diamond Badge before the game against Barcelona from Jokin Aperribay. Along with his wife and two daughters, the redhead was moved to review his career at Real Sociedad, where he played 303 games from 2008 to 2020, when he retired. “I have felt very loved and that will be forever,” the former midfielder said, holding the microphone in front of 30,000 devoted spectators. “They let me be myself and I enjoyed this sport, without forgetting that it was just a game,” he said. Zurutuza, whose tribute was delayed due to covid. The footballer posed with a realistic starting ‘eleven’ and his family before the initial whistle.
Source: La Verdad
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