Jesús Navas – El País Q&A

Today it’s the turn of Jesús Navas and his gorgeous eyes to answer the questions from El País.  Is he as timid as he appears to be?  Let’s find out.

Note: we’re still waiting for the newspaper to interview Iker, Piqué, Cesc, Xavi, Xabi, Sergio, Javi and Pepe.  Like I said earlier, Spain cannot get themselves kicked out of the World Cup before some of these guys are interviewed!

Back to Jesús:

Q:  Can you recommend me a food shack on the beach?

A:  Any one in Cádiz.

Q:  Would you ban bullfighting?

A:  I don’t know, I’ve never thought about it.  [I’m a bit surprised, since he’s from Andalucía.  Marchena already said he wouldn’t ban it, and we all know what Sergio will say.  Or maybe I’m just stereotyping?]

Q:  What gets on your nerves?

A:  Nothing, I’m a calm person.

Q:  Do you know what a scrum is?

A:  No.

Q:  Do you remember what was your first kiss like?

A:  No.  [ok, now this is definitely surprising!  I’m sure he probably just didn’t want to share.]

Q:  What do you play on Play?

A:  Pro.

Q:  Nesquik or Cola Cao?

A:  Cola Cao.

Q:  How many watches do you own?

A:  One.

Q:  What were your first boots like?

A:  They were yellow and from Kelme, I think.

Q:  How long has it been since you went to the circus?

A:  The last year on the youth team, I went to Cirque du Soleil.

Q:  How long does the pregnancy of a whale last?

A:  20 months.

Q:  Do you know who Katalinski was?

A:  No.

Q:  Where was Iribar born?

A:  I don’t know.

Q:  Who did you ask for an autograph when you were a kid?

A:  No one.

Q:  What is your mobile ringtone?

A:  Shakira’s World Cup song.

Q:  What is the last thing you gave as a gift to your mother?

A:  A jacket.

Q:  Why have shows with midgets in the bullfighting ring in Zaragoza been prohibited?

A:  No idea.

Q:  Which player has kicked you the most?

A:  I get some kicks every game…

Q:  Why hasn’t the Constitutional Court passed the Estatut [the Statute of Autonomy of Cataluña]?

A:  I don’t understand anything about politics.

Q:  What year did apartheid end?

A:  I don’t know exactly.

Q:  What was the name of Pippi Longstocking’s horse?

A:  I knew it, but I don’t remember it now.

Q:  Have you been able to get a reservation at elBulli?

A:  Where?

Q:  What’s the last TV series you’ve become addicted to?

A:  Aída.

Q:  If it weren’t for the World Cup, why would you go to South Africa?

A:  To see animals.

Q:  What does your town have that Johannesburg doesn’t?

A:  The Plaza de España.

Q:  How many years was Mandela imprisoned?

A:  A lot.

Q:  Do you know what an Afrikaner is?

A:  I don’t know.

Q:  How many diapers have you changed in your life?

A:  None.

Q:  What is the name of Chile’s captain?

A:  The goalkeeper.

Q:  Does a lion or a hippo kill more people?

A:  It would be the lion, because it’s very ferocious.

Q:  Where is Ellis Park?

A:  In Johannesburg, where we played against Honduras.

Q:  What is the World Cup ball called?

A:  Jabulani.

Q:  To be a Spanish international, do you have to know how to play pocha?

A:  No.

Q:  Do you know where del Bosque was born?

A:  In Salamanca.

Q:  What position did Xabi Alonso’s father play?

A:  The same as Xabi, no?

Conclusion:  he doesn’t seem to want to let us get to know him better!


Posted on June 25, 2010, in q&a and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Thank you for the translation, he has beautiful eyes indeed! Aww at his handphone ring tone!

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