01 April 2012

[Youth] David Babunski, the philosopher of Barça's Juvenil

Juvenil A midfielder devotes all the hours he leave Barça and studies to feed his mind.

David Babunski plays for Juvenil A Barça turned 18 on March 1 and is passionate about philosophy. Not the way in which Ibra Guardiola described in a derogatory manner, but with true devotion.

Born in Skopje (Macedonia), is the son of Boban Babunski exfutbolista (played in the CKSA Sofia, Lleida and Logroñés, etc.) and brother of Real Madrid player, Dorian Babunski. He studied at the American School of Barcelona and, especially, loves to write. It's what he does in his spare time he left the football of Barça and demanding studies. Whether you enjoy writing that is in the throes of a novel that mixes football and philosophy. Try to have it finished after summer, although no date that forces you to do and most importantly is to enjoy each line. He hoped that, once finished, can get published, but neither is obsessed.

Babunski is building its history-based thinking about it, theorizing. A sample of their thoughts are also black and white in a very personal blog which you can understand his philosophy of life (skyselfss.wordpress.com). Away from the stereotypes that fuel the image of the player, David is also a great reader. Football is not an afterthought for him, since, as with all that nurture homegrown grassroots football Barça also dreams of one day fulfill the dream of playing in the first team, but until that happens, feed your mind reading and wondering why it all. (via SPORT)