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Antonin Panenko’s first film after the death of his daughter († 47 years old): the grief he healed with football!

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Merciful time is the best healer, even when the wounds of fate are deep, and the soul is tormented by the death of a loved one. Fortunately, this also applies to Czech football legend Antonin Panenko (73).

Merciful time is the best healer, even when the wounds of fate are deep, and the soul is tormented by the death of a loved one. Fortunately, this also applies to Czech football legend Antonin Panenko (73).

On Friday, November 18, his daughter Martina († 47) passed away after a long battle with cancer. Sadness settled in a semi-detached house in Nespek.

Gentleman on the tram

A doll in the valley of tears that this world sometimes is, he didn’t answer his friends’ calls. He closed himself in grief, but could a famous player with an unquenchable passion for competitions of all kinds, for gatherings with friends over a glass of wine and especially for football, last forever? No, this inner exile is nothing to him…

On Saturday evening, a broken tram drove from Vrsovice to the center of Prague. “But it’s Tonda Doll.” the female passenger blurted out at the sight of the man with the most famous football mustache. It was “sir”! For the first time since Martina’s death in public. He was standing at the door, washing himself! “He acted like a real gentleman” one of the passengers posted a tribute on the social network.

Life goes on

Antonin Panenka was returning by public transport from the cup match “Bogeminas” – “Gluchin” (3:0). In high spirits, because the club of his heart, of which he is the president, won and reached the quarterfinals of the MOL Cup. There were also debates with club officials. “Considering what happened to Mr. Panenko, it was a courtesy meeting. We shook hands, he was cool.” This was announced to Bleska by the head of communications at Bohemka, Piotr Koukal.

And then the words of Panenko’s great friend and 1976 European champion Karol Dobias (74) came to mind, whose wife Alisa (†71) died five days before the death of Martina Panenko. “It’s hard for both of us. Tonda mourns her daughter, I mourn my wife, but we have to get out of this. Life goes on,” said “Patino” decisively. They must, and Antonin Panenko knows it…




Source: Blesk

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