At 91 the ex-footballer loses his life


  • Former Mexican soccer player José Luis Lamadrid dies
  • He lost his life at 91 years of age
  • Colleagues, friends and football clubs say goodbye to the ‘engineer’

José Luis Lamadrid dies. The world of soccer is in mourning for the sensitive death of one of the most iconic players that the Mexican league had, it is the former world champion José Luis Lamadrid who lost his life on the morning of this Sunday, October 3, where his acquaintances lament the lost.

The former Mexican soccer player passed away at the age of 91, who in addition to being a legend within the field of play, also stood out outside of it, since for many years he was as a commentator for the famous television station of TV Azteca, alongside great reporters and journalists, according to El Universal.

Former footballer José Luis Lamadrid dies

José Luis Lamadrid dies
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So far they have not disclosed the causes of his death, but it has undoubtedly left a great void in the hearts of the fans who saw him shine on the pitch and in the narration of the games. It should be remembered that José Luis Lamadrid began his career as a footballer in the late 1940s.

He made his debut in the Mexican league with the Spain club, playing as a forward, after standing out in the team he attracted the attention of big clubs such as Necaxa and América, playing for both teams. Then he was transferred to Toluca and Deportivo Cuautla, being already a figure of Mexico.

José Luis Lamadrid dies: His career in the media

José Luis Lamadrid dies: His career in the media
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It should be remembered during his career as a footballer ‘El Ingeniero’ was a World Cup player for Mexico in the 1954 World Cup in Switzerland, scoring one of the goals in the 3-2 defeat against France. Being one of the most remembered for what it meant for the country in that World Cup competition.

An engineer by profession, he ventured into the media becoming a commentator and partnering for many years with Fernando Marcos on Imevisión, and later on TV Azteca. On radio, in 1987 he founded the soccer analysis program “Two in the area”, which was the hotbed of many commentators today.

José Luis Lamadrid dies: “Rest in Peace”

José Luis Lamadrid dies: "Rest in Peace"
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Through social networks, renowned sports commentators took the opportunity to send the last goodbye to this great celebrity who leaves a hole in the hearts of his family, colleagues, friends and fans. Reporter Ciro Procuna who shared a post on his Twitter account.

“Rest in Peace dear Ing. José Luis Lamadrid. Mexican soccer figure to whom I have a lot to thank. One of my first opportunities in the middle gave me it in the program “Two in the Area” in the distant 1991. I will always keep a great memory of him, “wrote the commentator.

José Luis Lamadrid dies: “Goodbye!”

José Luis Lamadrid dies: "Goodbye!"
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The renowned sports reporter André Marín who currently works at Fox Sports Mexico, with great feeling dedicated a few words to him on his social network profile. Remember that in the beginning Marín was one of the prospects that Lamadrid helped give him a space during his stay on TV Azteca.

“I am very saddened by the death of Eng. José Luis Lamadrid, legend of Mexican soccer and the media. The Engineer was the person who gave me my first opportunity to work in radio when I was 14 years old. Thank you for opening the doors to what I am most passionate about. Until forever! ”.

José Luis Lamadrid dies: “Dean of Mexican football”

José Luis Lamadrid dies: "Dean of Mexican football"
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Other commentators who were next to the ‘Engineer’, also shared a farewell message with great pain: “My sincere condolences for the death of engineer José Luis Lamadrid. Great character and excellent human being. We live unforgettable moments together with @ emilio_alonso69 and @andremarinpuig at the 1994 World Cup… RIP, ”wrote David Faitelson.

His successor Christian Martinoli published the following: “Big hug for the entire family of Engineer José Luis Lamadrid. Dean of Mexican football, knowledgeable man, direct and very funny. A pleasure to have been able to learn from him thousands of anecdotes and lessons about life and the ball. “Get organized” would say the great Engineer. “

José Luis Lamadrid dies: The death of José Alfredo Jiménez Jr

Renowned singers performed songs by José Alfredo Jiménez Jr
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Recently the National Association of Interpreters (ANDI Mexico) reported the terrible death of the composer and music producer José Alfredo Jiménez Jr, son of the Mexican singer José Alfredo Jiménez, through his social networks. So far, the causes have not been disclosed.

“Composer and music producer, with a prolific career, his songs won many awards and were performed by great figures of the song. We send our deepest condolences to his family and friends from the Board of Directors and the Vigilance Committee of ANDI ”.

“The night you gave me the stars”

"The night you gave me the stars"
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Some of the compositions by José Alfredo Jiménez Jr are Wound over wound, The night you gave me the stars and I need a piece, co-authored with Juan Carlos ‘El Pato’ Medina; Fugitivo, written in collaboration with Reyli Barba, and I don’t deny it, co-authored with Mario Monge.

His song called México, written in collaboration with singer-songwriter and music producer Jesús Monárrez, was a finalist among more than four thousand songs in the México de mi corazón contest, organized by the Secretariat of Tourism of Mexico. Filed Under: José Luis Lamadrid dies

Who sang songs by José Alfredo Jiménez Jr?

Who sang songs by José Alfredo Jiménez Jr?
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Among the interpreters of José Alfredo Jiménez Jr are Pedro Fernández, Tania Libertad, Lupillo Rivera, Banda El Recodo, Guardians of Love, Julio Preciado, Ana Bárbara, Vikki Carr, Lorenzo de Monteclaro, Juan Valentín, José José and Juan Gabriel, Paty Christmas, Ramiro Delgado (Bronco) and Lorenzo Negrete.

Also, Jesús Monárrez, Los Yaguarú, Grupo Cañaveral, Garibaldi, Benjamín, Banda La Costeña, Norteños de Ojinaga, Alberto Ángel El Cuervo, Los Abelardo, El Cejas y su Banda Fuego, Mariachi Reyna de Los Ángeles, Fieles de Tijuana and Julia Vari . Filed Under: José Luis Lamadrid dies

His work as a music producer

His work as a music producer
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As a producer, he has worked on records for María de Lourdes, Lola Beltrán, Lucha Villa, Lorenzo de Monteclaro, Little Joe, Jorge Coque Muñiz, Tania Libertad, Marianita Nájera, Sergio Lara, Grupo Musical Chile Habanero, Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizárraga and Irma Serrano “La tigresa”, as well as on the soundtrack of the movie La Último y nos Vamos, which includes her song Sueños de amor, co-authored with Memo Muñoz.

In the Society of Authors and Composers of Mexico, he was a member of the Board of Directors, representative of the heirs of the composers who have already died, and director of the promotion office of the SACM Gold Catalog. An irreparable loss. Filed Under: José Luis Lamadrid dies

They express their condolences after the death of José Alfredo Jiménez Jr

They express their condolences after the death of José Alfredo Jiménez Jr
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One of the first personalities to react to the news of the death of José Alfredo Jiménez Jr, at the age of 63, was the Mexican singer Aída Cuevas: “I regret the death of José Alfredo Jiménez Gálvez, son of the prolific composer and the legendary ‘Rey’ # JoséAlfredoJiménez – RIP – My condolences to his relatives ”.

For his part, Carlos Navarrete, a Mexican politician and member of the Party of the Democratic Revolution, expressed himself thus on social networks: “It is with sadness that I receive the news of the death of my friend José Alfredo Jiménez Gálvez. A loss that hurts. Today I will accompany his family to see him off. Goodbye dear José Alfredo !!! ”. Filed Under: José Luis Lamadrid dies





Source-mundohispanico.com