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Jaime Penedo brought gifts to Children's Hospital

In addition to the certificate, the footballer handed out shirts of the national team, La Roja
  • In addition to the certificate, the footballer handed out shirts of the national team, La Roja
  • EFE

The goalkeeper of the selection of Panama, Jaime Penedo, took valid certificates so the parents of the children interned in the Children's Hospital could buy gifts this Christmas. In addition to the certificate, the footballer handed out shirts of the national team, La Roja.
 
"We hope that with the gift certificates, which are not a lot of money, they can buy the gift they want," said the player of Dinamo Bucharest, Romania. "I come to share a little time, which is the main thing that should be given at this time," he added.
 
The player assured that he has made this visit a tradition in his sporting career and that he hopes to continue doing so.
 
On the other hand, Penedo admitted that his Christmas wish is "to arrive at the 2018 World Cup and be able to play it", adding that after the world cup he will leave the team. "Personally I feel good (...) My last objective was the World Cup and I am happy to have achieved it with my teammates," he said.

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