Eduardo Mena's death has shocked the Almeria sports community. He was highly respected for his roles as a former player, gym manager, and trainer of many famous people such as Rosa Lopez, Juan Jose Padilla, and David Bisbal, Almeria's bullfighter. The man from Almeria wrote this on his Instagram account: "This isn't a sad day where you upload a picture with that person to recall the good times!" It is a day when you don't feel like doing anything, because your heart has awakened with a less important part. He then said, "I know that time will pass, and I will keep going without understanding that he's not like every day, my laughter." All! All! I just want to sing. I will sing loudest so that you can hear me from wherever I am.
Eduardo Mena (56 years old) had surgery in Granada at the start of the week to correct a problem with his aortic vein. He could not recover. He was a footballer and played for Poli Ejido as well as other teams. He was a Roquetas de Mar resident and one of the founders of the UD Almeria veterans' team. His efforts enabled the dispute of a charity game between the selections from Spain and Andalusia for veterans in the Mediterranean Games. He was also active in the organization and promotion of charitable causes, along with Angel Acien, an ejido journalist. Through his Facebook account, the journalist from Almeria said goodbye to his "brother" (as he called him) with a heartfelt message in which he warned that he would cry a lot about him. We have had the privilege of knowing and loving you. There are many people who have asked for your assistance and never received a negative response. There are many ways to help. The first one to pull the trigger. The last to be photographed.