Former footballer Éric Cantona describes the careers of Mekhloufi, Socrates, Pasic Caszely, and Didier Drogba.

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Episode 1 Jun, 24 2018 06:31 pm
Socrates and Lucarelli When Brazil was still under the yoke of the military junta, Socrates put his political ideas into practice in the very popular Sport Club Corinthians Paulista. A proclaimed communist, openly anti-Berlusconi, totally passionate about his club, Livourne, the Italian Cristiano Lucarelli had a troubled career and accumulated enemies. Directed by: Gilles Rof, Gilles Perez (France, 2012) Narrated by: Éric Cantona
Episode 2 Jun, 26 2018 02:56 pm
Drogba and Afonsinho During the civil war in Côte d'Ivoire, the captain of the national team, Didier Drogba, made use of his celebrity to ask the rival camps to cease fighting. In 1971, in Brazil, during the military junta, Afonsinho became the country's first emancipated footballer. Directed by: Gilles Rof, Gilles Perez (France, 2012) Narrated by: Éric Cantona
Jul, 01 2018 06:30 pm
Episode 3 Jul, 03 2018 02:58 pm
Caszely and Navazo The mother of the Chilean footballer Carlos Caszely had been tortured by General Pinochet's henchmen. Caszely publicly opposed the dictator before seeking exile. During the Spanish civil war, Saturnino Navazo gave up football to defend democracy. In 1939, he fled to France before being deported to Mauthausen. Directed by: Gilles Rof, Gilles Perez (France, 2012) Narrated by: Éric Cantona
Jul, 08 2018 02:27 pm