Tomás Mantía and Morena Beltrán, together on a beach. Photo: Instagram.
At one point, journalist Morena Beltrán had been romantically linked to her colleague Juan Marconi. She is reserved with her personal life, almost does not leave the football analysis of the main matches in the world, but in the last hours the clues that were around on social networks have amplified and would already have confirmation: you are dating the footballer Tomás Mantía, who plays for Flandria, of the First National.
“I prefer to keep everything low-key, I’ve always been a lot from my neighborhood and those from my neighborhood don’t care to see me, so they don’t chase me with photos or anything. It’s not that I don’t do things so they don’t see me. I make my life peaceful and normal “Beltrán replied a few weeks ago during an interview on Urbana Play radio.
But the reporter appeared in photos and Instagram stories with Mantía, and it was the central defender who usually wears the number 6 who kicked off the ok, with some complicit emojis in a Twitter post.
It is true that the photo was, according to Instagram, published 21 weeks ago, so the love story would have come a long time ago and would only have been discovered in the last few hours.
And on Saturday he upped the ante by sneaking in a typical Twitter way where he wrote, “Faithful girl names: Morena”, next to a red heart.
Tomás Mantia is a 28-year-old defender who worked in the Alvarado de Mar del Plata – he was promoted to the First National -, Defensores de Belgrano and Tiro Federal. He also took a step through the Pontelambrese of the Italian climb.
Mantia is a fan of Rosario Central, in fact in another photo on his Instagram account he can be seen with Beltrán and other friends at the Gigante de Arroyito stadium last summer.
The story of Morena Beltran
He was born on January 29 – “like Romario”, sneaks the data -. He was unable to experience folkloric episodes of Argentine football such as “Miss, è Gatorei” (Carlos Bilardo pretending to drink champagne), or “I will wait for him in Segurola and Havana” (Diego in Huevo Toresani), but YouTube allowed him to to retrieve.
At the age of nine he left Parque Leloir to live in Haedo. From kindergarten to high school, he studied at the Brown Institute in Haedo. The third of four brothers, daughter of physical education teachers, she absorbed from that family not only the pleasure of sport, but also “the culture of work”: “Dad had been working since he was eight, so at 12, not out of necessity. , but yes, by family tradition, I had my first job, “he says.
At that age they trained her as “aide to a colony”. The pool was owned by their parents, so they relied on tasks like organizing children’s snacks or making lists. Morena divided the rest of her day between the double school and the activities of the Ateneo Sagrada Familia club. Swimming, hockey, volleyball, aerial acrobatics.
Football 5 entered his life just a few years ago. He found that although he writes with his left, he kicks with his right and that he can “happily” cover any position on the pitch.
“I never took subjects. I was an escort to the flag. I liked math a lot, as well as literature and English. The courses were very competitive, many of us wanted to be in the roll of honor and that’s where I’m coming “he explains. The first big football talks took place in the courtyard with his teammates. “It was not strange to them. Most children grow up without the preconception of ‘I do not integrate you because you are a woman’. The damage is instilled in you by the adult.”
With the age of majority and a job as an administrative, she began studying journalism and writing for the Abriendo cancha page. Following, in speed, the radio debut in a station in San Antonio de Padova and the prelude to her fame: the deepening of her in the digital medium Sector bostero.
The intense work of the TV changed her routine. He left the competition in 2019 and finished it in 2020. He also emigrated from western Buenos Aires to be closer to Martínez’s ESPN studios. He first presented independence with an apartment in Saavedra. In his shaky downtime, he lends himself to the world of network trading. “Economically it can help my family,” he confesses.
Sportswear brands, cars, beer, alcohol gels, anti-inflammatories, ice creams are looking for Morena to promote them in that powerful visual cloud bazaar. She seizes the moment, but she doesn’t even dream of a modeling course. “I make him happy, but a photo with a product is not my calling. The day I get tired, I don’t do it anymore.”
There is no calcium on the skin. The six tattoos whose needles pierced the epidermis refer to other problems. Her grandmothers as a souvenir at the feet (Josefa and Martha), a butterfly around the neck, a “we see” on the back, a “Why Not” in the hand, a “symbiosis” made together with her best friend, in the hip-. The future? “Studying philosophy could be an option”.