Flashback: Lorenzo Sanz (second left) celebrating with the club
Late former President of Spanish soccer club, Real Madrid, Lorenzo Sanz, is expected to receive an award posthumously.
Mr. Sanz died on March 21, 2020 from coronavirus.
And he is billed to be awarded the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF’s) gold and diamond insignia award posthumously.
The club made the announcement on it’s official Twitter page.
Mr. Sanz was 76 years old and is deemed to be the only prominent Spaniard to have died from the virus.
He led one of Madrid’s greatest comebacks in soccer history, assisting the club to win its first European Cup in 32 years.
He was a business man.