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Baggio: I’ll never forget that day in Pasadena

“There is only one thing I hypnotize myself with, which I cannot forget: That day in PasadenaAlmost 28 years have passed since the 1994 World Cup, but in order to Roberto Baggio The memory of the final lost to Brazil in Pasadena, USA, with a missed penalty, is still alive. A dusty moment by Divin Codino in an interview with his parents 55 years: “Unfortunately, the years pass for everyone – He tells Ray Sport -. But you have to have the right spirit to face it. It seems to me that time passes very quickly. Maybe age, maybe commitments, everything seems to be working a lot faster than it used to be. surprised me people’s emotion Since it stopped for many years. It’s the most beautiful and deepest thing I’ve ever left in football.”

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After retiring in 2004, Roberto Baggio moved away from the world of football. A relationship that has changed over the years: “I lived football in another way – Explains the former striker – Perhaps I am jealous and jealous of those who still manage to train and live, and then sometimes I go too far from this too. Because I wish I could go back to the lively moments when I was chasing a ball.”

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Baggio also spoke about the epidemic and how much faith (who has practiced Buddhism for over 30 years) has helped him in the past 24 months: “I think so Perhaps it is the young people who have suffered the most. For this reason, it is our duty as parents to be close to them to give them the appropriate incentives to face the future with hope, because they need it. They have to make up for lost time and really have to get back to interacting with others head on and live a little bit like our teens were, where many things were done together. Leaving the house for less time I had more time I dedicate myself to spirituality. I took it as an important opportunity to deepen my faith even more and get back into the game more.”

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