NewsPersona May, 6th 2012 by

Cazorla drops into BSM

Cazorla drops into BSM

It’s not every day a professional footballer drops into school for a training session.

But that’s what happened at the British School of Marbella last Monday (April 30) after Spanish national player Santi Cazorla dropped in to host a football skills workshop.

The Málaga winger spent the afternoon teaching the children how to shoot and dribble the ball before showing off some of his moves.

Santi, 27, whose son goes to the school, then organised an impromptu game between the primary aged children before jetting off to Barcelona for Wednesday night’s important game against the Catalan giants.

The skills workshop was part of a Healthy Living topic at BSM this week which encourages children to exercise and do sport.


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