The untold story of the Argentinian soccer team that won the World Cup in Mexico ‘86, in a documentary series featured here in two juicy –and free!– programs.
The most shocking event in Argentine soccer history took place in 1986. In the middle of a country with high hopes after the return of democracy, the national team won its second world championship. That title had started to become real four years before, and, like so many other contemporary Argentine stories, the road was filled with effort, genius, treasons, collective achievements, and some of the most epic moments in the history of national sports. Based on a new, unreleased video that shows the intimacy of the national team’s camp at the America team home in Mexico, the documentary series 1986 goes back through that double leadership period with Carlos Bilardo and Diego Maradona, in his most controversial and glorious hour.
D, P, PE: Christian Rémoli G: Gustavo Dejtiar, Ariel Scher F: Martín Pimentel E: Julen Giménez, Luciano Orlievsky DA: Leandro Balaguer S: Pablo Nomdedeu M: Pablo Nomdedeu CP: Koala Contenidos I: Carlos Bilardo, Jorge Valdano, Daniel Passarella, Julio Olarticoechea, Jorge Burruchaga
Koala Contenidos. Christian Rémoli T +54 9 11 5511 1453 E email@example.com ~ firstname.lastname@example.org W koalacontenidos.com.ar
He was born in Junín, Buenos Aires, in 1973. He studied at the University of Buenos Aires and DeporTea. Between 2008 and 2016, he directed and produced over 40 documentaries for Koala Contenidos, including Mundial ‘78. Verdad o mentira, and the series La Argentina olímpica and El fútbol es historia.