Gabi admits that it’s hard not to be with most of his family, he returned to Spain with his parents and sister. “In truth, it gives you a little despair about not being able to be with them.”

I hope we are better people – admits Gabi

Gabi, the former captain of Atletico Madrid, said that whenever the ongoing coronavirus crisis ends, “I hope we are better people.” The 36-year-old Spaniard, who plays for the Qatari club Al-Sadd SC, is currently quarantined with his cousin in Qatar, where he plays for Al-Sadd SC after leaving Atlético in 2018. Gabi admits that it’s hard not to be with most of his family, he returned to Spain with his parents and sister. “In truth, it gives you a little despair about not being able to be with them,” Gabi told reporters. I have parents in Spain. They are not very aged, but they are people at threat. And then there is my sister, who is a nurse, with all that that entails.”

He said that he’ll give a hug to his relatives and friends

The midfielder admitted that he may have taken everything that he has for granted and that the current pandemic has shown him and, I hope others, that they should value what they have. Although that sounds a little silly, give a hug,” Gabi said, answering a question about the first thing he will do when the pandemic is over. “To my relatives, my family, and my friends.” The other day I heard how I think Ricardinho reflects on this whole situation and gives food for thought: Sometimes, when we have everything, we wrong by not loving too much. Despite leaving Atletico Madrid almost two years ago, Gabi admits that he is closely following the team that he led and represented for seven seasons from 2011 to 2018.

Atletico de Madrid could break out in UCL

Gabi added that he has faith that Atletico could break out of the Champions League, upset against the holders Liverpool, which they did last month when they knocked out the Reds in the round 16 a 4-2 aggregate scoreline. I trusted Atletico because, in this type of game, I know that they always show who they are,” he explained. “Atleti can beat anyone today. It demonstrated again that nothing written in football. “As he closes by the end of his football career, Gabi admitted that he would like to return to his former club in the future as an assistant coach.
“I won’t lie to you, of course, I see myself in the coaching staff of Atleti,” Gabi said. “Because of the connection with the fans, how I know the club, how I know the composition, and the current coach.”