The fourth edition of Stories in White-and-Blue, for the first time, goes out to the streets for Christmas. The Espanyol Foundation announced on Christmas Eve that the blue and white reading on the publishing scene is now on sale. And it is that thanks to the push of the journalist of The vanguard, Ramon Alvarez, this year the record was broken, with seventy-seven collaborators.
As many stories as collaborators and all of them related to him Spanish. Professionals linked to the current perica, others who were, others who do not but have influence. All of them explain, through experiences, testimonies, anecdotes, fictional stories and some poem, a choral and original vision, as funny as it is emotional, of the blue and white universe.
Among the collaborators of this year there are Spanish legends such as former soccer player Moisés Hurtado, now coach of the Youth B of Espanyol. In his case, for example, it is explained, dialogue with his son through, how he experienced his expulsion at the end of the UEFA Cup of Glasgow against Sevilla, which the Barcelonans lost in the penalty shootout.
The money raised from the sale of copies will be used for projects to recover and dignify the history of the club in which the Foundation works. The book, which can be found in the official Espanyol stores on La Rambla, the RCDE Stadium and the Dani Jarque sports city, is already on sale for 14.95 euros and has had the collaboration of Abertis and its Foundation and Damm.