The Argentine government intervened to solve the lack of World Cup figures

Eduardo Ahmar Dakno is a journalist who has worked since the 1980s in the newspaper La Nación and who published Tribuna de Vida, a book that rescues facts from his coverage for the medium for 33 years.

In its chapters, it delves into the most successful and most criticized stage of Argentine soccer, from Mexico 86 to Italy 90. It goes through the glory days of Maradona until its sad end. Retrace the magical years of tennis Gaby Sabatini. It reveals how the group that, led by President Sepp Blatter, took 80 million dollars from FIFA in four years, in the most scandalous scam in the history of sport, worked. He unravels the role of Julio Grondona in that network, which earned him some 5 million, and many more in bribes to other Argentine leaders.

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In addition, it tells intimacies and unforgettable moments in the newsroom, in the midst of incredible weather. It evokes Alberto Laya, a former head of Sports of La Nación who marked a long stage and contributed to the formation of several professionals. It describes the transformation that journalism went through, in just three decades: from the linotype to the realm of social networks.

Life Tribune, Eduardo Ahmar Dakno's diary.

Life Tribune, Eduardo Ahmar Dakno’s diary.

The book, with a foreword by Ezequiel Fernández Moores, was edited by Dunken and will be on sale towards the end of this week at the Yenny bookstore chain.

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