Cesc Casanovas (Barcelona, 1974) lost count of the characters he has brought to life in Polònia (TV3) for a long time. Yes, it is easier for him to remember his imitations in the extinct Crackòvia because they were fewer (Ancelotti, Maradona, Zubizarreta...). A more professional than personal relationship with the king of sports.
Are you interested in soccer?
I like it, but there is so much media bombardment that I stopped watching it. She followed him especially as a child; he collected stickers or t-shirts. He had the mythical Arconada, I liked the aesthetics of the goalkeepers. When I was older, I saw many matches of the three short ones: Xavi, Iniesta and Xavi.
Was that art?
There is an artistic point in some actions, such as the pipe or the dribble. It is an incentive for the viewer to see how one is capable of pissing on another.
It is one of the sports where more theater is done.
The spotlight is so heavy that players sometimes act too much. Sometimes they are right. I got kicked in the shin once, how it hurt! And after a while it went away. I understand that not everything is a story, there are blows that hurt and then it doesn't go away. I forgive them.
In women's football it is anything but exaggerated.
Women are more resistant. A shabby sausage plot would say that the men would end up slapped, but since they can't do it they have to do more theater. They are more sporty. For when mixed football?
What do you think of this World Cup?
I am disconnected from the game, although I have followed the controversies. For me that not even God saw it, it generates antipathy in me. The positive part of globalization is that sometimes in more isolated places that become the center of attention someone lights a fuse and people start to wake up, as has happened in other countries.