His grandmother, Isabella Mesa, would never understand. Why would he leave her, the kind woman who basically reared him?
Por futbol, mi abuelita, por futbol.
"All I wanted was to be a professional soccer player," Galindo said through a translator, assistant coach Bernardo Ruiz.
"There's no pro soccer in Cuba. I wanted to give my family more security. I could do this for them by coming to America." Read his story [here].
Friday, August 11, 2006
America provides freedom
Maykel Galindo was already a great soccer player when he defected from Cuba, but there was something missing preventing him from being the full person he is today. FREEDOM! This story repeats itself time and time again, but it is ignored by the castroite idiots.