The new book “Freedom Through Football,” about Bristol’s anarchist Easton Cowboys and Cowgirls soccer team that competed in far-left soccer tournaments and toured Mexico playing Zapatista squads, features the first confirmed photographs of the elusive street artist Banksy. At the time of the Easton team’s journey to Mexico in 2001, the artist was its goalkeeper, the Daily Mail reports, and while traveling the country he painted many stencils and a mural commemorating Zapatista fighters.
Of course, in the images we merely see a young man in a hat, bandana, and hoodie whose face is blurred, so the photographs are no more revealing than the carefully staged, backlit, and voice-scrambled interviews in “Exit Through the Gift Shop.”
“He went on tour with us to Mexico in 2001 and painted a number of murals in the community,” team secretary Will Simpson told the Daily Mail. “He came out with us on our second tour of Mexico — he did a few murals and played in goal for a bit. He wasn’t a bad goalie actually.”
Now that’s a revelation! We may still not have an inkling of Banksy’s appearance, but at least we know he’s a good goalie.
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