BOGOTA '(COLOMBIA) – Everyone does what they can. Tino Asprilla , a former footballer from Parma and the Colombian national team, decided to make a somewhat special donation during the coronavirus emergency.
After stopping playing football, Asprilla opened a condom company so he decided to make a donation in line with his new professional activity.
Asprilla has decided to donate 100 thousand condoms to the most needy. Here is how he explained his gesture: “I will make the coronavirus quarantine of people less bitter. It takes caution. This is not the time to fill up with children … ".
The declarations issued by Tino Asprilla are reported by the Corriere dello Sport.
"In these quarantine times for Coronavirus it is not a good thing to fill up with children," said the ex Parma.
“I have a lot of condoms left in my home and I want people to help me consume them because it is very difficult for me to use them all.
I only have 3,580,000 condoms in inventory until we can reopen the factory and to help the population I am going to give a condom as a gift for the purchase of a box of three. "
Asprilla played seven years at Parma, from 1992 to 1999 with a spell in Newcastle in England.
He played 141 games overall with the Gialloblù and scored 39 goals. With Parma, he won an Italian Cup, a Cup of Cups, a European Super Cup and two UEFA Cup.
Asprilla played 57 games for the Colombian national team, scoring 20 goals.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano