MISJA 21: Podróż dookoła Polski w 21 dni Euro

Nasi wysłannicy z Londynu i Łodzi - Petter Larsson z City University i Maciej Stańczyk z Gazety Wyborczej - przemierzają kraj w poszukiwaniu największego sukcesu i porażki Mistrzostw Europy w Piłce Nożnej UEFA - Euro 2012.


piątek, 22 czerwca 2012

Greek Gods and a new German generation

The German football supporter is not longer a fat beer-drinking man. We bumped into our friend from the train, Johannes from Berlin, who had folded out his massive flag and hung it on the Poseidon statue in Gdansk. He talked about the new generation of German fans. He said: ”We are not like the fat men who are just sitting in the bars thinking we will win anyway. We do something about it.” He said the new generation of fans needed this tournament to get some experience but would be ready to take over in the 2014 World Cup.

His friend Kornelius from Frankfurt had just joined the group. He bought a flight two hours before his plane would take off, got to it and had bought a ticket just a few hours ago.

But it’s not just the Germans who can hang up their flags and make themselves feel at home. Theano and Paris had just arrived from Warsaw and said they love Gdansk. The tall and beautiful Theano, who had to pose on pictures with about two hundred people every minute, said: ”It’s so beautiful here, we even have Poseidon here.”

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