Recently affected by the coronavirus, Ronald Zubar, the former defender of OM, is raising a rant against the conspirators.
Retired for 3 years and a last experience at Red Star, after a great career which gave him the opportunity to playOM (2006-2009), Wolverhampton (2009-2013) or even the New York Red Bulls (2015-2016), Ronald Zubar settled in Aix-en-Provence and opened a sport-studies with his friend Steeve Elana , in partnership with an international school. The former Bleuet was recently affected by the Covid-19 and tells of his experience.
“I caught it in September, wondering where it came from. Almost a week of migraines, body aches, without loss of taste or smell. It exhausted me. Afterwards, you hope not to give it to your loved ones, you remain careful, you respect the instructions, to have a clear conscience. It doesn’t just happen to others. I understand the seriousness it takes for those who have asthma or those affected by pathologies like diabetes that make things worse. We can see that there are people with whom it stays for weeks and months“, He launches in La Provence.
Traumatized by the death of Pape Diouf
Thus, the Guadeloupean does not really understand this part of the French which minimizes the disease which has killed more than 48,000 people in the country since last winter: “I’m shocked that some people say it’s not much. My sister is a nurse at Villeneuve Saint-Georges hospital in the Paris suburbs. During the first wave, she was exhausted, requisitioned and saw little of her family. So denial is scandalous“.
Ronald Zubar also recalls that Pape Diouf, who died on March 31 after contracting Sars-Cov2, was his agent and then his president among the Phocaeans. “I had insomnia after his death», Remembers the player trained in Caen.
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