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“Take my life, my legs, everything you want”: the heartbreaking story of Ulises Dávila after losing his wife

Dávila plays for Macarthur FC in Australia.

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In May 2022, the tragic news of the death of Lily Pacheco was releasedwife of the former Chivas de Guadalajara player, Ulises Davila. The Mexican soccer player was very affected by his loss. Through social networks, Dávila expressed his painbut in a documentary he would have plucked up the courage to talk about it.

The documentary is named “All Access”. Ulises Davila is the protagonist of said material and in it he would talk about his days of sadness after the death of his wife and mother of his son Ulises Jr. “Do everything (God), please, to fix my problem. Take my life, my legs, everything you want”, says the footballer in the video.

Australian A-League club Macarthur FC was the first to report the tragic loss of their player. Following the presentation of this audiovisual material, Ulises wrote a few words on twitter about the death of his wife that She is close to completing one year of death.

It was not easy to do this, my heart breaks over and over againBut for the love, honor and respect I have for my beautiful Lily, it deserves to be shown what we were, the beautiful family we created, how much we love each other and enjoy life, how much we suffered and struggled together. … And that in the end God and life chose what is best for us. We only have to love you and remember you as happy as always my love. Thank you for everything, I will always do my best. loving you was pleasure“Ulysses wrote on his social networks.

How did Lily Pacheco die?

After almost a year, there is no official report that detail the reasons for the death of Lily Pacheco. According to the portal landscapeinsight.com, Ulises Davila’s partner suffered from a disease that affected her internally. Although she would have received treatment in Australia, Lily’s body would not have responded positively to them.

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