From the Reinier museum to ping pong-soccer with his father

first_imgAt the beginning, when moving to housing, it catches our attention the ping-pong table next to the pool, on the main terrace, and Mauro is fixed. So as soon as he sees the moment he proposes a match. With an ice cold beer in between, we agreed to the rematch. And after the second game, the second beer. In the meantime we talk a lot about Reinier, and about that and more is the interview that we publish in AS.Mario Cortegana / Diario AS ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Mauro, Reinier’s father, poses for AS at home.Mario Cortegana / Diario AS There is still time to see Reinier’s room, photos of the child’s crack and give Mauro and Suzana a flag of Madrid that they immediately incorporate into the mentioned museum. They offer to hang us the medal of the last Liberators, won by Flamengo, and pose with her, so during that moment we became soccer players. But that dream, and that of playing in Madrid, it is up to Reinier to live it.Mario Cortegana / Diario AS ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Reinier’s boots, in his room.Mario Cortegana / Diario AS What was going to be an interview to use ends in a three and a quarter hour meeting for the kindness of Mauro and Suzana, Reinier’s parents. They do not take in taking coffee, pastries and juices. They ask if the air conditioning is to our liking and we begin to talk about the exciting situation of his boy. They can not stop smiling, and it is not for less.Mauro explains to this newspaper the improvised museum with the most special t-shirts and trophies of Reinier, which already has a corner of the most curious for his young age. Take the opportunity to stand in one of his own awards, those of a world champion futsal in Spain in 1985 and recognized in 1987 as the best player in the discipline in Brazil.Mario Cortegana / Diario AS ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>The Reinier museum in his house.Mario Cortegana / Diario AScenter_img Minutes to 9 in the morning, the time of the appointment with Mauro Brasília (Brazil, 1960), the father of Reinier Jesus (18 years). ACE arrives at the checkpoint of a middle-upper class development in Rio de Janeiro and very shortly after appears O Pai do Craque. In t-shirt and shorts, with flip flops, he guides us to his house, a two-storey villa in which Reinier still lives, for which Real Madrid has paid 30 million euros to Flamengo.Mario Cortegana / Diario AS ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Reinier childhood photos.Mario Cortegana / Diario ASlast_img read more