Jose Luis met his daughter when she was sixteen. He was recently out of prison and had been deported back to Mexico. Not only did he have to get his life back together, he had to start a relationship that should have begun sixteen years before. Combining her support of the Xolos and his passion of art which was fostered in the American prison system he began making Xolos themed art and began renovating old cars to be Xolos themed as well. After some time, Jose Luis decided to join his daughter at the stadium for Xolos games and it quickly became their joint tradition. The games weren’t just a soccer game anymore, it was a father’s time to get to know his daughter, see her happy but most of all just be with her. He finally has the relationship with his daughter and for eight months of the year, every other Friday he knows exactly where he will be and who he will be with.