Sevilla FC returned to the San Juan de Dios de Alcalá de Guadaira yet another year to visit the 300 boys and girls with learning difficulties who live there. Pablo Machín led the visit and was joined by Tomas Vaclík, Pablo Sarabia and Luis Muriel. They were awaited by the boys and girls there who were anxious to see their idols.
Pablo Machín gave a speech, making it clear that the team's next win would be dedicated to them. In the press conference before the game against Villanovense, he said 'We try to contribute as we can. We want to make the boys and girls, and their families, happy to help them through tough times.'
The Hermanos de San Juan de Dios do an incredible job. The centre the team visited today gives educational and labor assistance to people with learning difficulties.