By Football Italian staff”They’re not just for sports but for the family.”
That’s what the family of Gianni Zuniga, who spent four days with his son in a Jacuzzo in the Turin Alps, thought.
Zuniga’s son, Gianni, has been living with his family in the same house with his parents since he was born, in the city of L’Aquila, in 2008.
“I remember we went to the Jacazzi when I was two, but I was very happy,” Gianni told La Repubblica newspaper.
“We loved it, and we even played a little video game with our parents there.”
When we lived with our family we loved it Gianni”We have the Jacumbas in our house.
We have them on a regular basis and the family always asks to come to the house and we are always delighted.”
It was just a matter of time until they got to visit, Giannis said.
“They’ve been here for four days now, and they’re so relaxing.”
The family has been in contact with the Italian football authorities, which has now approved the use of the Jacobs in training and matches.
“The authorities have decided that we can use the Jacob for training, and I hope that we will be able to use them in the next few weeks,” Giannis added.
“There are several other people who are ready to give the Jacubs a go.”
Zunisa, a 20-year-old who was born in Turin, was born without a spine, and suffered from a condition that made him unable to walk.
His mother, Anabela, had surgery to repair the damage to his spine, which eventually led to him being diagnosed with spina bifida.
“My mom was the only one who could see that the problem was not a disease, but an injury, and she had to go through all this, and that was very hard,” Giannias son told the paper.
“It’s a problem in sports, because the training sessions are often very intense, especially for a young player.
It’s like having an Olympic athlete in your house.”
It’s been a long road back from the Jacutas, but the family’s return to the Italian capital is a sign of hope for their son and other young people with spinal problems.
“You don’t have to have a problem, but it’s good to have that experience,” Zunisa told La Revista newspaper.