Toni Dovale has a different routine than most Spanish soccer players during the coronavirus pandemic. While some have been spending their time trying to stay fit or negotiating salary reductions with their clubs, Dovale is working to guarantee there are enough protective masks, gloves and medicine to help in the fight against the virus in hard-hit Spain. The former Sporting Kansas City and Celta Vigo player who came through Barcelona's famed youth academy has put on a white coat and is working in his family's small pharmacy in the northwestern city of A Coruna while soccer remains on hold because of the virus. > read whole article

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