The soccer player of Argentinos Juniors, Miguel Torrén, posted an emotional message to say goodbye to his brother José Sixto (42), who was shot dead in Rosario.
"Today it's my turn to say goodbye to my big brother... Everyone wishes they had a brother who would give his life for you and he was. As a child he took care of me and when he grew up too", Miguel Torrén began in his farewell message to his brother who was killed at the door of his house with several shots in the body at the door of his house.
Through his Instagram stories, the defender of Argentinos Juniors expressed his emotion for the fact and continued: "You had virtues and some not so many ... But I keep the anecdotes and things we went through together as children and adults. You were the one who rejoiced for my triumphs, for my family. The one who told me 'I couldn't, but you could'. I'm happy with that."
The farewell of the player Miguel Torren to his brother José Sixto Torren, shot dead in Rosario. Photo @migueltorren
Finally, Miguel Torrén, captain of the club of the Buenos Aires neighborhood of La Paternal, concluded: "Rest in peace Coki, that we already suffer enough each and every one carries his pain as he can. I love you and thank you for loving my children."
For its part, Argentinos Juniors said in a brief statement released on its social networks "to accompany Miguel Torrén and his family in this hard and difficult moment."
With information from Télam.