Three months have passed since his 21-year-old daughter Mariona passed away after a long illness, and Oscar Garcia is trying to come back to life.
The former Maccabi Tel Aviv coach was interviewed by the Spanish media and said: "We are trying to accept the situation, there is no other remedy. It was a hard blow, because things happened in an unnatural way, but you have to look forward. You can't control what happens."
Mariona was ill for eight years.
Now, the Spanish coach is trying his best to move on, together with his wife and two daughters - 19-year-old Yana and 13-year-old Emma.
"We must be strong. We, the adults, have a little more resources for this, but the girls can't always understand," he said, adding a chilling sentence about the disease: "I wonder why I didn't get sick, why it didn't happen to me or her. She had Her whole life ahead of her."
Garcia said his eldest daughter continues to inspire him even today.
"I try to remember her well, how strong she was, how much she didn't let the disease defeat her.
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It's hard to move on.
Oscar Garcia (Photo: GettyImages, JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER)
Oscar Garcia arrived in the Premier League in the summer of 2012, along with Jordi Cruyff, and in the 2012/13 season he led the yellows to their first championship in a decade and the first championship in the Mitch Goldhar era.
That same summer, Garcia left for Brighton, but a year later he returned for another term in Israel, which ended very quickly due to the "Tzuk Eitan" operation.
Since then, the 49-year-old Garcia managed to coach Watford, Red Bull Salzburg, Saint Etienne, Olympiakos, Celta Vigo and Reims, from which he was fired last October.
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