Mourinho, in the documentary about Futre. A documentary in which Queen’s own music serves as a common thread, since the birth of Paulo Jorge Dos Santos Futre in Montijo, Portugal, on February 28, 1966. With images of everything and the story of those who knew him, helped, accompanied, were his rivals. Since Aurelio Pereira, its discoverer, also from Cristiano Ronaldo years later, Figo and Mourinho going by Luis Aragonés, Cruyff and a Raúl who recognizes that Futre was his “idol”. King Don Juan Carlos handing the Cup to Futre. “I always tried to find him for the teams I was on, a different, atypical footballer, “says Johan Cruyff in the documentary. “The arrival of Futre at Porto marks the future of Porto and Portuguese soccer,” says a young Mourinho who later also stressed that “it is not easy for an Atlético player to be loved throughout Spain.” “Paulo Futre was a threat to Madrid”, argues Michael Robinson. “One of the best wingers in the world, with Gento “, in Luis’s word. “A reference and a legend”, word of Torres. And from that step that has moved, that left the riverbank in the direction of Canillejas, but it took his name in the suitcase. Pau-lo, pau-lo, fu-tre, fu-tre, as high as that January 19, 1997. “One of the best memories of my childhood. This is how my father’s documentary beginsWith these words, Paulo Futre’s oldest son, Paulo Jr., raised the curtain on his Instagram account (@futremendo) a jewel that will excite all athletes: a documentary about the figure of his father, which reviews his entire career, recorded in 2004 but which did not see the light at the time. “Just today in quarantine I convinced him,” continues Paulo, “to publish it so that people can entertain themselves a little,” he adds. The link, in his biography of his Instagram profile, takes the fourteen minute long documentary which is a journey into the past. To the football of before, the Calderón of the cement-filled seats, the south bottom rises and falls, that scream, paulo-paulo-fu-tre-fu-tre, Exciting, a lot. It all begins with that moment, which is one of the best memories of his childhood. January 19, 1997, the delivery of the Atlético gold and diamond badge to his father by “his godfather”, Don Jesús Gil. From a plater in a car workshop to an idol in the worldEveryone agrees on something: that lanky, long-haired, irrepressible boy was the one who opened the doors abroad to everyone else in Portuguese football, the one who took two and a half hours to move from Montijo to Lisbon, to train in Sporting, and he had bad grades, which is why his father introduced him to the job market: plater, in a car shop, his 13-year-old black and white photos, with his face full of grease, with the monkey wrench, at the bottom of a car they testify. But Paulo loved soccer, the ball. Rui Costa tells it. Aurelio Pereira says so. Arthur Costa. It is in all the videos, Futre glued to the lime, lightning, undetectable, removing rivals from above as if they were fluff on the shoulders. His move to Porto, the Champions League final against Bayern, the signing by Atlético, his last name in the stands, increasingly roaring, that goal to Buyo in the Copa del Rey. Raúl, in the documentary about Futre.