happened Saturday in Pikeville, Kentucky. John Calipari, coach of the local university team, shared the photograph on social media. The man’s wife: always there for our children
For no reason in the world the 29-year-old Micheal McGuireminer and father of a family, would have given up on accompanying his firstborn Easton to see his first game of basketball. Aware that the most precious moments of life do not return, he therefore had no problems reaching the building directly from the mine, with his clothes still dirty and his skin blackened by coal dust. happened last Saturday at the Appalachian Wireless Arena in Pikevillein Kentucky, on the occasion of the annual benefit meeting between the players of the Wildcats, the local university team, as per tradition divided between Blues and Whites. To immortalize the man in the stands – the distraught air and the almost lost gaze -, a shot shared on Monday on Twitter by the Wildcats coach John Calipari and immediately went viral.
My family? S American dream started in a Clarksburg, WV coal mine, so this picture hits home.
From what I? Ve been told, after his shift, he raced to be with his son & watch our team. Don? T know who this is, but I have tickets for him & his family di lui at Rupp to be treated as VIPs !! pic.twitter.com/a5BJXUnK2v
– John Calipari (@UKCoachCalipari) October 24, 2022
The wife’s story
My family’s American dream started in a coal mine in Clarksburg, West Virginia, then this photo hits the mark – he wrote the coach accompanying the image -. From what I’ve been told, after his shift this man ran to stay with his son to watch our team. Therefore, the coach could not miss an invitation to one of the team’s next home matches at the Rupp Arena in Lexington: I have tickets for him and his family to be treated like VIPs. One detail was missing: knowing his identity. However, this problem was solved very quickly thanks to the word of mouth triggered on social media. So, to tell the background of the photograph then was on Facebook directly the wife
Mollie: This is my fantastic husband Michael – she reported – and works hard to provide for our family. It doesn’t matter how hard he worked or how hard his day was: always present for our children! the most selfless man there is and always puts family first.
From sharing to sharing, in a few hours the story turned Michael into an authentic one local hero. It is therefore easy to imagine her amazement when on Monday, returning from a new shift underground, she was welcomed back to the surface by him applause from colleagues: Everyone said, “Here comes the celebrity! Here comes the famous guy!”. I had no idea what was going on, he told himself to The Athletic. All thanks to a sudden, as we learn from the same article. On Saturday, the 29-year-old was supposed to stop working at 4pm, but when he got out of the mine it was now after 5pm. Hence his decision to forgo the shower at home to join Mollie and Easton at the Appalachian Wireless Arena by 18, starting time of the match. A story within history, considered the solidarity purpose of the match. The entire collection of the event, equal to over 162 thousand dollarsin fact, was donated by the Wildcats to support families affected by the severe floods that affected a large part of Kentucky in July.
October 26, 2022 (change October 26, 2022 | 14:27)
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