Peruvian sports journalism went into mourning this Tuesday after the death of Pierre Manrique. National and foreign colleagues did not take long to express themselves through heartfelt messages. Juan Pablo Varsky was one of the first to regret the news.
“Pierre Manrique, a Peruvian colleague who spent a large part of his career in Argentina, in Rivadavia and La Red, among other media, passed away. Hardworking. Respectful and respected. From here, our condolences and hugs to family and friends. RIP”Wrote the renowned Argentine journalist.
It was also pronounced Martin Liberman from Argentina, where Manrique worked for several years: “I do not get out of my astonishment and sadness invades me over the death of my dear colleague Pierre Manrique in Peru. Attentive, cordial, friendly, educated, researcher, great producer and journalist. RIP Pierre dear. You left too early but you left your mark. My sincere condolences”, He expressed on Twitter.
“What a pain, please. I can not believe it. The dear Pierre Manrique passed away. Very young. Huge journalist, very cultured, incisive, responsible. Friendly, fun. We joked that he was the most Buenos Aires Peruvian. How sad, please. RIP”, Highlighted Sebastián Torok, another Argentine journalist.
“I am shocked by the news of the death of Pierre Manrique. A great journalist, hard working like few others, always attentive to any information related to the football of his beloved Peru. I can not believe it. Hug the sky, Pierre. RIP”Said Jorge Baravalle.
In Peru the words of farewell were not lacking. “My deepest condolences to the family of colleague Pierre Manrique. Journalist who was made from his native Arequipa and finished building an important career in ????????. On his return to ???????? we worked in the RPP group. Any loss is painful, even more so when you are off the bat. RIP“, he pointed Daniel Kanashiro.
“You trusted me almost without knowing me. You made one of my dreams possible, you invited me to comment on the Copa Libertadores final in 2019. Embrace heaven dear friend“, He added Maxi Mendaña.
Sammy Sadovnik, said goodbye to Pierre through his official Twitter account. “My condolences to the family of my colleague and friend Pierre Manrique. Arequipeño of pure knowledge with whom we had the opportunity to chat and exchange concepts in the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Premature departure that we very much regret RIP “, he wrote.
Erick Haters He also left a dedication: “Pierre Manrique has gotten ahead of us. One of the best journalists I have ever met and I say it from the enormous admiration I have always expressed for him. It is a huge void. My condolences to his family and his Melgarian brothers“, wrote.
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