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Thursday, June 7, 2012

The footprint of Di Stefano in Valencia

"I've done a thousand things in this life, but nothing moved me like this," said Alfredo di Stefano when he saw the tribute paid him former players and employees of Valencia yesterday and today, among which was the club advisor Fernando Giner.
"Coming from Valencia for this event that I never had anyone," added Bolt overcome with emotion.Moved to Madrid yesterday exgerente Valencia, Salvador Gomar, the Paco exfisioterapeuta Reig, the club exatleta Pepe Barbera; the exfutbolistas Antonio, Jon Garcia, Subirats, Giner, Arias and Revert, and the kitman Españeta.
The reason, Di Stefano honor the 25th anniversary of the ascent to the first division of Valencia, who could not attend football legend when held recently in Valencia, for health reasons.
The emotional ceremony was held at a popular restaurant in the capital and Di Stefano had no knowledge of it. Hence the surprise was total.
The representation Valencia gave many memories, among them being a team photo of the 1986-87 season, signed by all those in her clothes as Firefighter Torero.
The photomontage work of the provinces, was published in the journal pages in the course of this campaign, after he criticized the team's poor play.
Di Stefano's response was immediate. "Whoever wants to show that I go to the Firefighter Torero". No sooner said than done.Other gifts received were a Valencia jersey with the number 9 and its name, and a model of the Mestalla stadium.
The meeting was used to record the footprints of Di Stefano in a foam material such as that used in orthopedics.
Exfutbolistas Association club has done with other former players as Puchades and Antonio Fuertes.
They will all be at the Museum of Valencia.At lunch surfaced countless anecdotes and memories of that era, such as concentrations in the hotel Renasa team when he played in Mestalla, which for lack of money only rooms were arranged for players who would be holding .
Di Stefano revived unforgettable moments and enjoyed as a child.

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