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The fondness for the sport of the former president of the Government Mariano Rajoy is well known and is revealed in his memoir, which goes on sale on Tuesday, and in the interview he held with Monday EFE about it.
Rajoy talks about his team, the Real Madrid, and when asked if the future target goes through the incorporation of the French player Kylian MbappéHe replies: “The future of Real Madrid goes through Messi going to play in Australia.”
In the book, “A better Spain” (Plaza & Janés), Mariano Rajoy talks about his relationship with sports and says he was always “very comfortable and relaxed.”
“I like all sports,” Rajoy writes, “as I like to read the Brand, even though this fact seems to irritate some people extraordinarily, which must be very restrictive in their readings,” he says.
In addition to glossing the virtues of athletes, their eagerness to overcome and sacrifice, the former chief executive reviews some occasions in which sports and politics have mixed throughout his years of government.
Controversies with the Selection
Remember the criticism you received for flying to Poland to attend the premiere of the Spanish soccer team in the Eurocup After appearing before the press to inform about EU aid to clean up the Spanish banks.
“I knew I was going to generate criticism and I valued staying in La Moncloa and watching football from home, which was much more rested,” he says in his book, and explains that he finally decided to go because he had thus committed himself to the Polish prime minister, Donald Tusk.
That Eurocopa coincided with the hardest moments of the economic situation, when Spain was on the lips of all European governments and media due to their financial difficulties.
Rajoy remembers the “unfortunate comments” of those days and quotes one “that came from Holland”. When the orange team fell eliminated by Spain, someone said that Spain could play football very well, but Holland was able to better control their accounts.
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