The Vice President of Suriname went down to the dressing room and distributed tickets to the footballers of the Honduran club
The Vice President of Suriname, Ronnie Brunswijk, played the round of 32 match of the Concacaf League, between Inter Moengo and the Olympia of Honduras. The politician is 60 years old and is the owner of the team in which he participated.
Ronnie Brunswijk, who was accused of drug trafficking and is considered a former guerrilla, generated a lot of controversy due to a video in which it is seen when he goes down to the Olimpia changing rooms and with a huge smile on his face gives tickets to the players of the Catracha squad.
What happened here? 😨😅
Ronnie Brunswijk, president of Inter Moengotapoe, after the game entered the dressing room of Olimpia and distributed tickets to the players of the merengue team. On the campus they were very receptive to the character. pic.twitter.com/jQuUtD0eE7
– Julio César Cruz (@ crumar92) September 22, 2021
According to reports from the Honduran press, Brunswijk He will not be able to participate in the return match of the regional competition, because his name is on an Interpol list, so he cannot leave Suriname.
In his career, the vice president of Surinam He has been an elite paratrooper, soccer player, bank robber, guerrilla leader, gold magnate and father of at least 50 children.
To his life experience it can now be added that he played an official match of the Concacaf with the Inter de Moengo, who spent 54 minutes on the field and most of his passes were successful, in addition to sharing the pitch with his son Damian, who barely played 28 minutes and carried the number 10.
The Vice President is admired in his nation, since he has promised to distribute the wealth in an equitable way, after the discovery of oil wells.
Brunswijk He is the son of peasants and is part of a family of 10 siblings. He began his career in the army of his country and was later exiled to Holland. At 60, the idol of Surinam debuts in Concacaf League.