Spanish Soccer Player Annoyed Over England’s Adverse Effect On Daughter’s Complexion
June 7 / Tanya Ray Fox / SportsGrid
Manchester City forward Nolito is a handsome, athletic Spanish man with an equally handsome Spanish tan. Being blessed with an olive complexion is wonderful because you can go out in the sun without lathering yourself in sunscreen or stocking up on aloe vera to prepare for the inevitable sunburn.
So naturally, he's accustomed to the healthy glow of someone who spends days in the sunshine, which is why it's perfectly understandable that he's not a fan of the overcast, comparably gloomier weather of Manchester - among other things he's unhappy about.
Per Spanish radio station El Transistor, Nolito wants out of Man City. Between his lack of playing time, his difficulty learning much English, living in England hasn't really his cup of tea. He also said he wants to do everything he can to make Spain's World Cup squad, which is one of the best national teams in the world. He made his first appearance for his country in 2014 and has 16 total caps.
But his most interesting complaint about his current arrangement is regarding the toll that England's climate is taking on his family. “My daughter’s face has changed color," he said. "It looks like she’s been living in a cave.”
To be fair, I live in Los Angeles and also look like I've been living in a cave because it barely cracks 65 degrees here anymore. Still I'm not here to question whether his family members complexions are alarming to him or not. That's his business. What I will say is that they are super cute: