Guest at “La Vita in Diretta” hosted by Alberto Matano on Rai 1, Walter Zenga talked about his new book, “I was the Spider-Man”. The former goalkeeper and today coach spoke of the all-encompassing passion for football and the sacrifices it entailed. And he returns to the controversial relationship with his children.
Recently, among the guests of de “La Vita in Diretta” on Rai 1 presented by Alberto Matano, was interviewed Walter Zenga.
The name de “Spiderman” he recently ended up in Pandora Papers, the new international investigation that reveals the hidden riches of celebrities and powerful of the Earth in tax havens around the world.
Zenga he was invited in the broadcast to speak above all about his book entitled, precisely, “I was Spider-Man”.
Zenga said that the passion you put into your work, either you put it 100% or otherwise, doesn’t make sense. And to put it at 100% you need to dedicate yourself to the maximum and lose a lot in relationships with family or friends, which is why many times one gets upset, because he sees that there is someone who uses football to live and does not live for football.
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“Passion is the basis of everything”.
Walter Zenga talks about the current relationship with his children
In the book there are two characters: one was the footballer, the other is the man and the coach today that when he goes to the training field he has a raincoat on and takes off his problems, explains the champion again.
Inside the book Walter Zenga it also speaks of family, of his relationship with his father, up to that of his children.
An argument, the latter, at the center of the televised debate a few months ago following the participation of his son Andrea Zenga to the Big Brother Vip.
On his relationship with his children Walter he said he would now take responsibility for seeing them continuously.
In general, things are not easy for a separated father, he stressed.
“If you live in the same city as your children, you have the opportunity to give continuity to the relationship, but I have traveled the world and it becomes difficult to have a peaceful relationship with the other 50% of the parental part”.
Zengafinally, he stated that, all in all, he has no regrets.
In life he did what needed to be done.