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Quiqe Setien's No 2 Sarabia is being positive amid the COVID-19 chaos.

Updated: Mar 31, 2020

  • Los Cules assistant boss is confronting COVID-19 outbreak with 'humour' and 'joy'

  • Quiqe Setien's No 2 Sarabia is looking on the bright side of the coronavirus crisis in Spain.

Quiqe Setien's No 2 Sarabia is being positive amid the COVID-19 outbreak. [Barcelona FC]
Quiqe Setien's No 2 Sarabia is being positive amid the COVID-19 outbreak. [Barcelona FC]

Eder Sarabia is trying to stay positive during the coronavirus chaos in Spain. Barcelona assistant coach Eder Sarabia says self-isolating amid the coronavirus crisis is depriving him of everything that makes him happy. The Los Cules assistant boss like the majority of the Spanish citizens is keeping to himself at home to avoid the spread of COVID-19. Speaking to Barcelona's club media, the 39-year-old said he is 'only able to take the bins out, go to the shops or taking the dog for a walk'. "For the good part of society, it only means a change of plans and staying at home, confined, only being able to go out to take the bins out, go to the shops or taking the dog for a walk," Sarabia said. "In my case, I've not been able to go out on my bike, not been able to be with my favourite people and, mainly, not been able to enjoy my job and that day-to-day that is so important to me and makes me so happy. "This situation is depriving me of doing almost everything that makes me happy." The former Real Betis assistant manager added: "But I've decided to confront it with humour, joy and a positive attitude because I know I know have the chance to tend to other things that are also very important and that I don't decide the time they deserve in my daily routine."


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