CEIP Gerardo Fernández in Mollina was the 11th school to receive a lesson in Blue and White Values at La Rosaleda. Víctor Gómez, Silvia Mérida, Carlos Zaragoza and Juan Carlos Báez were in charge this time around.
Another visit to La Rosaleda Stadium for a lesson on Blue and White Values. CEIP Gerardo Fernández, from Mollina, was the 11th school to take part in this initiative by the MCF Foundation in collaboration with Fundación La Caixa.
The students travelled the 65 kilometres separating the Comarca de Antequera municipality from Martiricos, to watch the male first team in training and visit the ‘Juan Cortés’ press room.
Once there, Basti from the MCF Foundation’s Social Department, gave a talk to the young fourth year pupils at the Mollina school, accompanied by four players from the Club. Víctor Gómez represented Málaga CF, Silvia Mérida was present on behalf of MCFF, whilst Carlos Zaragoza and Juan Pablo Báez from Málaga Genuine were also in attendance.
Everyone placed emphasis on different values during the question and answer session. For Víctor Gómez, “the first priority is to study, achieving your goals requires effort and sacrifice.” On a similar note, Silvia Mérida considers it to be fundamental to “fight for what you want and not give up in the face of adversity.” Carlos Zaragoza talked about “constant self-improvement and facing new challenges makes you grow as a person,” whilst his teammate Juan Pablo Báez said he joined the Supercapacitados School because “he has fun and there’s a lot of team camaraderie.”
The traditional group photo was then taken, followed by the presentation of the commemorative poster of the school’s visit.