The day that Bernd Schuster played for Sporting Gijon

The day that Bernd Schuster played for Sporting Gijon
Schuster, Cundi and Quini in the party tribute to the Asturian striker (Photo: Mr. Sportinguista)

Analyzing the trajectory Bernd Schuster surprised to find a picture of the German crack in the shirt of the Real Sporting Gijon. Many remember him for his time at Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid and FC Barcelona where he was always one of the highlights. But nevertheless, there was a day when the Teuton midfielder wore the shirt sportinguista.

SCHUSTER IN HOMAGE TO QUINI

It happened 21 August 1987. By then Schuster It belonged to the staff of the FC Barcelona where he had met Quini, phenomenal striker who had triumphed in the shirt of the set of Gijon and Barca I culé. That day the Asturian striker received the tribute by the red and white fans and some of the best friends I was doing throughout his career, including midfielder, who would not miss the appointment.

The German player always characterized by a very special character. This cost him out that way in most teams in which he played, even He resigned when he was very young to keep playing in your selection. But nevertheless, He was always very attached to Quini and I did not hesitate to participate in that party in his honor.

That day Sporting Y Real Madrid They tied to two goals in El Molinon. The whole was reinforced Asturias Schuster and he was about to do it with Diego Armando Maradona. But nevertheless, we could not see one of the best players ever to the sportinguista casaca because at that time he was in his time at the Italian Naples and could not be present.

By the Real Madrid They traveled to the appointment Buyo, Chendo, Sanchis, Tendillo, Solana, Michel, Galician, Martin, Vazquez, Gordillo, Butragueño, Hugo Sanchez, Ochotorena, Paco Llorente, Mino, Santillana, Pardeza and Julio Llorente. By then he directed to the joint meringue Leo Beenhakker.

In the minute 37 the second part was time to change the front of the Sporting, seven times Pichichi (5 First Division). One by one was saying goodbye to his colleagues and their 'rivals’ under a standing ovation from the stadium where he became myth and legend of the club.

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