Tiger Fight, October 11 News Manchester United star Bruno Fernandez recently accepted a media interview. In the interview, he praised the medical staff who contributed to the epidemic. Fernandez also talked about his growth process. He said that he had to take on greater responsibilities than ordinary children at that time, and that experience also allowed him to grow. Finally, he said that he would take greater responsibility for his family and would continue to play hard.
Fernandez said: "My brother and his girlfriend both work in London, and they both work in medical institutions."
"I want to thank the NHS staff, and I also want to thank my brother. This is hard work. Many medical workers can't even see their family and friends. It is very difficult."
"My brother originally planned to see me in March, but he was working in the hospital at the time, and he chose to stay there at the time because he didn't want me to be at any risk of contracting the virus, and my brother could not go back to see ours. Parents, that’s really difficult."
"The epidemic has had a great impact on us. Many people cannot see their families, and it is very difficult."
Bruno Fernandez also talked about his growth. He said he learned to be independent at a very young age. Fernandez said that he is willing to continue working hard for his family. Bruno said: "My growth process is a little different from other people. I went to Italy when I was very young, and I was learning to be independent."
"My father left home when my siblings and I were very young because he was going to work in Switzerland, and I was living with my mother, brother and sister at the time. For me, growing up Everything flies quickly."
"Under the circumstances at the time, I needed to grow up quickly. I would help my mother with things, such as going to the supermarket to sell things."
"But most children at that age don't need to go to the supermarket to buy things by themselves. Parents usually do that kind of things. And I needed to take my sister to school at the time, so I think I matured earlier. "
"I now have two children, and I know I need to take on greater responsibilities, and in football, I am always willing to take on greater responsibilities, and I am willing to take risks."
"I will continue to do this, I will continue to work hard, I am willing to take risks for my family, just like my father went to work in Switzerland to create better living conditions for the family."
"For my brothers, sisters and mother, I am willing to take on greater responsibilities. Football is my job. All I have to do is work hard."