- Opinion: Madrí de Gistau, by Álvaro Arbeloa
The last time David Gistau saw Real Madrid, his Madri , was the night that Eden Hazard was injured, at the end of November before the PSG. The next morning, the EL MUNDO journalist crossed messages happy about what was seen, the change of air of the team and the deployment of the Belgian, bright until his ankle was broken in the second part.
Always on guard, he worried about the final parade against the French (tie two) despite the great game. Even so, and watching Barça's trembling pulse, he dared to look bravely at the wandering classic, scheduled for a few weeks later at the Camp Nou. He didn't need to explain why the great League game had been taken out of the hot Catalan October. He saw live Urquinaona burn.
He was afraid of Messi, of course, but he thought it was the year to win at the Barça stadium. The classic unfortunately was late, passing away last Sunday. The friends had whispered to him, next to the bed, about the kick of Valverde in the Super Cup , a basketball resource that they believe would have excited him, for his Argentine love.
Curves of destiny, this Sunday Hazard returned to the Bernabéu, after almost three months off, the day the Castellana stadium kept a minute of silence for the columnist. A black and white photo of Gistau appeared on the stands of the stands, while the stands began in applause to announce the public address the tribute.
Behind the palms, the respectful silence. In the box was his wife, Romina , and their children. Together with them, Francisco Rosell , the director of EL MUNDO. Real Madrid wanted to honor one of its most important chroniclers of recent years, a follower in addition to the team since his childhood, when he discovered the spell of Chamartin in the European nights of the eighties.
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