The former Ecuadorian footballer, Carlos Tenorio, announced his participation in a charity campaign, in conjunction with his teammate, called "Banana Trees", Ivan Hurtado, and a number of private companies, to support 1,000 poor families in Ecuador.

Tenorio revealed his donation of many personal belongings to him, most notably the shirt of Al-Nasr Club, which he kept in his holdings, which he cherished, as he told the Ecuadorian newspaper "Primi Politics" that it was "a pleasure to participate in this charitable event, and to be an ambassador for this campaign to support The poor in Ecuador ».

The retired international said: “The ball that scored the first goal for Ecuador in the 2006 World Cup in Germany, the UAE club Al Nasr club, and the shirt that you participated in in the Ecuador match against Uruguay in the 2002 World Cup in South Korea and Japan, will be sold at the auction and holds the signatures of all the players who participated in This match. ”

It is noteworthy that Tenorio is one of the most prominent players in the history of Ecuador, as he scored his country's first goal in the 2006 World Cup in Germany against Poland.

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