The # 100 Romania 100 campaign launched by ProSport aims to highlight people who have lived with the maximum intensity of the sport they serve. Going out of country or staying at home to make a name, the protagonists in team sports or individual disciplines have thousands of stories, and for some of them, the period before the fall of communism strengthened them for the rest of their lives. On the evening of this evening, ProSport presented the first part of the conversation with Lică Movilă, a former Dynamo defender since when the stadium at Stefan cel Mare was filled with spectators, and the white-red band made sacred days for big European clubs. The road from the Chercea neighborhood in Braila to the most important arena in Europe with grace, fighting with Valentine Star Ceausescu and fighting with Scottish Graeme Souness … All in the interview below with Lică Movilă, a man who will not give Romania without island paradise in this world. Go!
INTERVIEW | "Everywhere in the dressing room, and on the floor, and on the wall, there's blood from my mouth!" The first part of the disclosure of Lica Movila # România100
Where did you grow up?
In the biggest neighborhood of Braila, Chercea, behind the station.
Are you alone with your parents?
I still have two brothers, I am the smallest of them. Today, the big ones are in Oradea, in the middle in Italy, and I live in Bucharest and Răcari, so we are no longer in Braila.
Do you have children without children?
Yes. My father is a dogar, he has a garage at home, and he is careful not to miss what is needed. So I play all day. I have been through all childhood games. I have children around my way. Then there are what are called environmental ghosts. But I'm good, I don't disturb it. I go to the movies and play a lot of football, especially in the park near my house.
Who found you have talent?
Older brother. But I don't always find that I have talent. When making troops in Carei, a colleague from Bacau learned that there was a soccer high school in his city. And when he returned home, he asked my father if he didn't want me to go to high school. This idea came to him because he saw me playing soccer all day.
But your father doesn't think to make you dogar?
My mother did not even agree to go to the workshop. I was the smallest, a little more spoiled, but also because the brothers had worked there and had an accident. So he wants to make sure I won't get the same thing. The biggest one caught the job, and the middle one was Tinichigiu.
When did you go to Bacau?
In 1975, when I was in 7th grade. At first my father came and talked to Professor Mihai Petrovici, who told him that he could take me and he took me to his class.
READ the continuation of the INTERVIEW with the former Dynamo defender, part of the # Romania100 campaign
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