A red-and-white Sant Jordi – AS.com

A red-and-white Sant Jordi – AS.com
A red-and-white Sant Jordi – AS.com

Catalonia is ready for a new Sant Jordi’s Day. A multitude of roses and books will be displayed, this Tuesday, in the cities and in GironaFor example, the Barri Vell will be overflowing with life and a festive atmosphere. Without a doubt, Sant Jordi is one more reason to extend the celebration that has been going on since last Saturday in Girona when Míchel’s team sealed the mathematical classification for Europe. And precisely The boom that Girona is experiencing will be reflected in the stops that will be placed on the Rambla, Pont de Pedra, Carrer Nou and Plaza Catalunya. The same club will have a stand in Plaza Catalunya where roses will be handed out and footballers from the men’s and women’s first teams are expected to attend during the day.

The good work of Girona in recent years has caused the media focus to be greater and some of the literary novelties presented in recent weeks focus on the red-and-white club. As the Eduard Solà with his ‘100 reasons to be from Girona’ (Cossetània Edicions) and Xevi Masachs with ‘Go ahead, Girona! The keys to success’ (Rosa dels Vents). In the first, by the Catalunya Ràdio journalist, there are stories about coaches like Míchel and Pablo Machín and the president Delfí Gelfí. There is humor and, as Solà explains, “removing significance, there are real, funny things and others that are not so much.” What is clear is that the current moment is the best moment in the history of Girona, so there is no better opportunity to release a book so red-and-white.

As is also that of Xevi Masachs, director of L’Esportiu. In his book he gives voice to many members of the Girona club and explains the ten axes that structure the sweet moment of this great Girona: a humble club with much more history in modest categories, which has been evolving since 2013, when it made the first playoff to First Division. The importance of a coach like Míchel and the importance of a team with a great game model and complete identification with City and Pep Guardiola are also discussed. ”We talk about a club that has become strong by surviving dramatic moments such as an unexpected relegation and failed playoffs. Also taken into account is Quique Cárcel, his strong and respected sports director figure. And of course, Míchel, who has led us to achieve unimaginable things,” Masachs told AS. “Here One of the keys to success is that Girona is a family. When they open the doors of the offices or you go to La Vinya you find the same people as always. Of course everything has grown a lot in recent years, but the essence is not lost,” he added and then highlighted the growth of Girona: “In Sant Jordi we are used to seeing a multitude of books about Barça and now there are more and more about Girona, it is an indication that the club is placing itself in the global showcase. I am always grateful that there is sports literature and that it is beyond Barça, the better.”

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