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rampage- The Mondra book. One season and three footballers, signed together by the writer Josemari Velez de Mendizabal and Jose Ignazio Zaitegi,


rampage– The Mondra book. One season and three footballers, signed together by the writer Josemari Velez de Mendizabal and Jose Ignazio Zaitegi, will serve as the starting point of the round table that this coming Thursday will address the values ​​in football in Arrasate. Jon Sagasta, Javier Larrauri and Jesús Aranbarri are the protagonists of the publication that rescues the football adventure they lived in the first person, in their youth, when after wearing the white and white jersey with pride and facing the last season of 1965-66 in the ranks of the locksmith set, they made the leap to the professional field. They were signed by La Real Sociedad (Sagasta and Aranbarri) and Real Madrid (Larrauri), although they also served in other teams such as Osasuna, Deportivo Alavés or Cádiz.

Both Aranbarri and Larrauri (the latter resides in León) will take part in the round table that will include the participation of the Mondra coach, Cristian Levis, and the club coordinator Ander Romero. The appointment will take place in Kulturate (7:00 p.m.) and will start with the presentation of the aforementioned book.

round table, Thursday Values ​​in football. Its application to the case of Mondra will therefore be the title of the colloquium that the day after tomorrow will propose a reflection on the beautiful sport, the one that moves masses, and if possible that its more modest version can be adapted to the consumption characteristics of society current. “Times change and too. What prevailed and was valued in teams a few decades ago is not applicable today, simply because sociology is not the same”, the organizers of the event emphasize, while recalling that sixty years ago they waited “with enthusiasm for Sunday afternoon to go to Iturripe. We admired our local footballers …, although, at the same time, we collected Zahor stickers.” Today, however, television brings football to our homes almost every day of the year. The boys and girls know the names and insights into the lives of the ball figures, but they have never been to Mojategi. “Precisely on this stage, in the middle of the pitch, Mondra will host Larrauri, Sagasta and Aranbarri.

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