“Every time the ball goes in, this net shakes. It’s happened to me a few times. But the few times it happens to me, it’s luck.” Football and luck, according to Gaetano Scirea, who said the same thing to himself in a report about Domenica Sportiva in the early 1980s. On May 25 he would have been 70 years old. An example of style and moderation towards teammates and opponents, a concept of football that never deviates from the norm and today acts as a warning. Innovator on the pitch, leader in the dressing room. World champion with the national team and with the Juventus jersey with which he has won everything a club can conquer. The Turin editorial board of TGR, RAI’s regional newspaper, commemorates the unforgettable Juventus captain thirty years after his death with the documentary “Scirea, the free man” by Massimo Lanari and Gabriele Russo, edited by Francesco Marino, made with the RAI Production Center in Turin for Raiplay and also available as a podcast version on RaiPlaySound. A journey that meanders between the player and the man, between the pitch and his home in Turin. With the testimonies of his wife Mariella and his son Riccardo, the President of the J|Museum Paolo Garimberti, the journalist Carlo Nesti and the photographer Salvatore Giglio who collected the most important images of this Juventus. Enhanced with objectives, interviews and vintage images preserved at the RAI Teche. From the beginnings as a midfielder to free transformation, from the first continental trophy, the UEFA Cup in 1977, to the Intercontinental in 1985. From the 1982 Mundial to the tragic night of Heysel. Until that damn Sunday 3 September 1989 when Scirea, Juve’s second manager, died in a car accident in Poland.