The so-called “best center in the world” had a harder time. They have just confirmed the death of the multi-champion national salonista, Darío Herrera, at the Manuel Riveros sanatorium in Ciudad del Este, where he had been hospitalized for just over a day due to severe hepatitis.
According to a report by “Sports Today”, the former national team player was diagnosed with severe dengue, which caused organ failure and was sent to the intensive care unit.
President Franco Hall of the Football Federation reported that the man was “sober” and was at the Manuel Riveros Home for the Elderly in Ciudad del Este with his relatives and leaders of Sharon, but did not specify further details.
Herrera began his historic winning streak in the National Futsal Championship in 2009 with Caguazú. Later he collaborated with President Franco (2012), Horqueta (2013 and 2015), Paranaens (2014), Horqueta (2015), President Concepción (2016) was ordained San Franco with President (2018).
When he was crowned champion of the 2016 Copa Libertadores with Cerro Porteño, his fame passed to FIFA Futsal.
The French Federation started a donation campaign to match the cost of treatment.