Lazaro Albarracin: Mourning in Spanish football. Atletico Madrid reported on Wednesday that their vice president, Lázaro Albarracn, has died at the age of 93.
Lazaro Albarracin, vice president of Atletico de Madrid dies
Lazaro Albarracin, the vice president of Atletico de Madrid since 1988, died this Wednesday “after a life defending and imparting the principles” of the rojiblancos, according to a statement from the corporate entity.
“The rojiblanca family is devastated by the death of our vice president, Lazaro Albarracin.” A lifetime of transmitting and preserving Atletico de Madrid ideals. “Rest in peace,” the club said.
He was born in Lorca (Murcia) in 1929, moved to Madrid when he was 20 years old, and joined Atletico de Aviacion six months later. Since the early 1950s, he had been a regular at the old Metropolitan. He joined the board of directors of the Madrid entity in 1987, first as president of Atletico Madrileno of Segunda B and later as a visitor to Atletico de Madrid, “being a fantastic ambassador” of the club since 1988, when he began as vice president of the social area.
The whites, Real Madrid also made an official announcement regarding this incident on their official website.
Real Madrid C. F., the club’s President, and the Board of Directors are extremely sad to hear the death of Lázaro Albarracn, Atlético de Madrid’s vice-president since 1988.
Real Madrid extends its condolences, heartfelt regards, and devotion to all of his family and loved ones, as well as to his club and all Atlético de Madrid fans. Lázaro Albarracn died at the age of 93. May his soul rest in peace.