The 28-year-old striker had renewed his contract with CF Bufalá a few hours before his death. The club fired him on social networks: “We are going to miss you.”
Sad news brings mourning to the Catalan Football Federation and its followers in Spain. This after the death of the soccer player, Oriol Rubio, who lost his life at the age of 28 in a tragic traffic accident.
The striker who defended the CF Bufalá shirt left a great void in the club, a team with which he had renewed his contract just hours before the fatal accident that cost him his life. It was the Catalan squad itself that communicated his death with a heartfelt message on social networks.
“Possibly, it is the most difficult publication we have had to make. Yesterday we announced its renewal and today we have to say goodbye. First class player, goalscorer, teammate and friend on and off the field,” the club began by pointing out.
Along the same lines, the team in which the scorer played continued to point out that, “We are going to miss you Uri, this will always be your club and your name remains written in our history. A big hug and all our love for the family in these hard times. Always our 9, always red”.