Bernardo España, the former jersey manager of Valencia, has died at the age of 82. 巴伦西亚的前球衣经纪人贝尔纳多·埃斯帕尼亚（BernardoEspaña）享年82岁。
Bernardo España, the former jersey manager of Valencia, has died at the age of 82.
Espania is a legend in Mestalla, he is regarded as one of the most popular figures in the history of the Valencia club.
Club ambassador Miguel Ángel Bossio (Miguel Ángel Bossio) was one of those who paid tribute to the passing jersey administrator.
"He is a role model for us to follow. No matter how much wealth he has, he shows us how to live a happy life. Look at how many years he has been here and the players with him, you can experience it all. He is always optimistic. It doesn't matter what bad things happen. He doesn't just talk about it; he also shows you all this with his own attitude. Football players are very grateful for it." Bossi, who has worked with Espanya for many years Ao said.
"You will not find a player who criticizes him. He has never clashed with anyone in the locker room. It is part of his nature and he has always been in the right position. Everyone loves him."
Ricardo Arias pays tribute to the man who communicated with him and worked with him for 16 seasons.
"People who don't even know him like him, let alone the players who have worked with him for so many years. This is our real loss. The fans love him and we admire him," he told VCF Media.
Espania has always been the best member of the club. He has never refused any request from the club. He likes this job very much, it can be said that he was born to do this job. We will pay tribute to him, and the club will definitely make every effort to support his family. "
José Luis Gayà, one of Valencia's current captains, also expressed his sadness.
"Today is a very sad day for all Valencians. Espania has left us. I want to express my condolences to his family. I only have good memories of him; he is in any difficult moment. Let us keep smiling, he likes to joke, I believe he will continue to cheer for his beloved Valencia in the sky," he said.
"The most important thing is that I remember the scene when he introduced himself. He will always be the last to play, and Mestalla will stand up and applaud for him. I believe that he will continue to support Valencia wherever he is. ."
Source: Valencia official website