It premiered “to the war cry“, the documentary series, which according to its producer, Leon Krauzeaspires to become the definitive history of the The Mexican Futbol selection.
“This is a documentary series that aspires to become the definitive history of the The Mexican Futbol selection in its modern age, in its last 50 years and I am very happy with the result,” said Krauze in chat with RECORD.
The roots that Mexicans have with the Tricolor was one of the main reasons that inspired Krauze to carry out the realization of this series.
“I recognize that it is a great passion for 120 million Mexicans within the borders of Mexico, but also many millions outside the borders of Mexico. Our relationship with Mexican team It’s really very deep and very moving and I’ve wanted to do something like this for a long time,” he said.
“To the War Cry” will transport us to the past to remember the participations of the team Aztec in the World Cups in the voice of its protagonists, which is why several interviews were conducted with selected and ex-selected players, as well as some of their rivals.
“We know the story, but what we don’t know is how its protagonists experienced it, and that is the central intention of ‘Al Grito de Guerra’ to tell the story from the voices of its protagonists. We interviewed dozens and dozens of soccer players from the National Team Mexican throughout history, from: Enrique Borja, Fernando Quirarte, Manuel Negrete, Leonardo Cuellar, Bora Milutinovic, as coach; to Edson Álvarez, Raúl Jiménez, Guillermo Ochoa, Andrés Guardado.
And all the generations in between: Luis García, Carlos Hermosillo, Pavel Pardo, Ricardo Peláez, ‘Rabbit Pérez’, the technicians of the Mexican National Team. And to the rivals, how Hristo Stoichkov lived the game of ’94, how they lived Mascherano, Aimar and Maxi Rodriguez the game of 2006″, he sentenced.
The series “To the War Cry” premiered last Thursday October 27 and all football fans will be able to enjoy it through Vix.
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