When two of the best players I’ve coached get together doing an interview. The first, the revelation player of the 2 division, with UD Mirandes Antonio Sánchez Navarro and probably the striker with the most future and one of the top scorers of 2 division B, with UD ibiza, Angel Rodado Jareño, both with 22 years , talking about you, and the way they do it, well what am I going to tell you. That this is the reason and the best reward for which one becomes a coach. Many championships, many experiences, many experiences outside of Spain, good wages, new cultures, but if they tell you: David: But why do you make all these sacrifices, leave your son, leave your beloved island, friends? Precisely for this, at these times when you receive words like these full of thanks, deeper thanks when trying to bring not only footballers to their highest level, but to try to improve people, accelerate their maturity, to lead them to respect a language that only they understand the real coaches, the real players. A football and life language not written, but full of principles and values. And I can assure you that this is my greatest reward. Thank you thank you thank you. At 3 we are joined by our language and that more or less mediocre people have always made it very difficult for us, but we have also learned from them, and we are grateful that without them we would not have had the strength to leave our comfort zone. So thank you all.