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For Julio Bichman this was a decisive moment in his life as a fan: I had that experience at an Atlanta friendly in Mar del Plata in the 60s. The team used to come into the field with flowers for the ladies, and in that particular game, a legend of Argentinean football, Carlos Timoteo Griguol, handed my mother a flower and [her friend] Berta the other. 20 During that period Cecilio Barak was called by Adolfo Mogilevsky, Atlanta’s much-admired physical therapist, to serve as the team’s physician.
On our way to the stadium—now called León Kolbowski—which was about eight blocks, we used to pass synagogues and Jewish schools. However, 19 20 21 22 23 Raanan Rein, “Football, Politics and Protests: The International Campaign against the 1978 World Cup in Argentina,” in Stefan Rinke and K. ), The Relevance and Impact of fifa World Cups, 1930–2010 (Goettingen: Wallstein, 2014). Julio Bichman, response to author’s questionnaire, 2008. Cecilio Barak, response to author’s questionnaire, 2007. Author’s interview with Esther Rollansky, Tel Aviv, July 2010.
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Muscling in on New Worlds: Jews, Sport, and the Making of the Americas by Raanan Rein, David Sheinin (Sp