Leo and the illusion to move on

Leo, this little bat, who has Pontine tegmental cap dysplasia (PTCD), a rare disease with only 30 cases diagnosed worldwide and only 2 in Spain, it continues to fight day after day to get ahead and has Valencia CF as its main inspiration.

The last time he visited Mestalla, in fact, he was in a wheelchair, he did not walk. “Now he is in a walker, little by little he is advancing”says his mother, Natalia Calpe and also a fan of Valencia CF..

The truth is that there is hardly any information about this disease but the “Evolution is being favourable, it is slow, but we are seeing progress”go on .

“My grandmother is Valencian and blood draws. Then my husband is also from Valencia and We have instilled in the children Valencia CF. It’s a pleasure for us to go to Mestalla every year and if we can come here to the hotel (to see the players) it’s already incredible.”explains a proud Natalia.

His grandfather, Ramón, is also a Valencia CF follower and confesses to being very “I’m happy that the child feels Valencian”. At the same time, his emotion stands out as soon as he sees the Valencia CF shield.

From SUPER We also want to send a lot of strength to Leo and his family, an example of Valencianism and self-improvement. In circumstances in which the road is not easy at all, that illusion for a club that he carries inside his heart is worth its weight in gold.

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