The legend of the TrenchJorge Eines saw it, wrote a monologue that grew to a play, with José Ramón Fernández as co-author. “The Trench It could be better than Maradona but he didn’t want to, ”Garofalo argues. He preferred to stay close to his home, his friends, the neighborhood, because he liked to fish, although there were those who called him differently: little ambition, alcohol problems. “I played to win, not to die,” argues his character in the play. Those who saw him play do not forget that game of preparation for the 1974 World Cup in Germany in which Argentina played a friendly against a team of players from Rosario, the Trench among them, they call it “the greatest”.Between piles of newspapers and books, between quotes from Sastre, Nietzsche or Spinoza and memories of Pelé and Maradona transit the work. Philosophical, lucid, emotional. Every night, when you turn off your spotlights, it is rounded con a cultural debate with actors, directors. The day of the premiere was Ángel Cappa. And it was meridian: “It’s a wonder. And his message, today, more necessary than ever ”. As the figure of the Trinche. “The game is a way of being”. That phrase is heard, the light goes up, two men appear on the scene. Begins The trench, the best footballer in the world, the play around Tomás Felipe Carlovich, that Trench which is legend despite playing almost always in the B, Central Córdoba, reject even the albiceleste. Or so they say, because of Trench it is more oral, the memories of those who saw it. Little more. You barely keep pictures of yourself, videos, just nothing.But Trench, turned into a theater by playwright Jorge Eines, returns to the heart of Lavapies, to the Teatro del Barrio (Zurita, 20), after more than 100 performances throughout the world, played by Claudio Garofalo, accompanied by another actor, Lucas Ranzani, in the role of a journalist who seeks to pay tribute to him and in reality there are many at once. Ten nights, until February 16, 70 ’of a conversation that starts with football to embrace everything. The life, the demons. The origin of everything is curious: a Robinson Report. That one around the figure of the Trinche of the journalist Raúl Román, the director Edgar Delgado and the camera Adolpho Cañadas issued in 2011.
A Rathmullan youth was involved in the theft and arson of two cars in a crime spree which also saw him caught in possession of two knives.Sean Deeney (18) of Clondallon, Rathmullan admitted the theft and theft of two vehicles in Rathmullan on September 19th, 2011 and the authorised carriage in a vehicle on September 16th and driving offence related to the incidents.He also admitted possession of two knives at Kerr’s Bay, Rathmullan on August 5th 2012 and a burglary in Rathmullan on January 1st, 2011. Letterkenny District Court heard that two of the cars stolen were found destroyed by fire. One of them contained a fiddle of sentimental value. He admitted breaking into the holiday cottage in Rathmullan and stealing items while in an intoxicated state.Solicitor Frank Dorrian said there was no explanation for any of the offences and that Deeney had been “trouble free until 2011”. He said Deeney was a minor at the time and had been experimenting with alcohol but only alcohol at the time.Judge Paul Kelly said the case involved very serious offences and he would have to give some serious thought as to how he was going to deal with it. Even though Deeny had no previous convictions, any one of the offences could justify a custodial sentence, he said.The case was adjourned until June 17th for preparation of a probation report.YOUTH STOLE AND BURNT CARS was last modified: May 16th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)