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what secrets lie behind the walls. discover new adventures in 360 degree. and explore fascinating world heritage sites. p.w. world heritage 368 getting up now. for the for. a swiss keeper who feels right at home at brucia mention gladbach and in the bundesliga. a polish top scorer who clearly enjoys german culture
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enough to go out and celebrate with fans. that pretty much proves how interconnected europe is right. europe seems to be drifting apart and not just because britain is leaving the e.u. . pretty. nationalist and euro skeptic political movements are gaining ground all over the continent can football do what politics can't and reunite europe. this man had a bright idea that might help. me. we're looking all over europe to see where football can really make a difference. where things might get tricky. well accompanied by an stars as they visit a couple of fan clubs in the boonies now on kick off. i. so
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let's go. from the trouble. he's just as comfortable on the pitch as in the fans clubhouse thomas milan superstar and a regular guy all at once byron's bedrock stopped by the supporters and he will meeting and party he had a blast even if the fans haven't forgotten his team struggles to make so many people happy yes some of them lose i don't so there's a lesson here who sticks together we lost as well for sure yeah but there was nothing i could do so easy to say your mistake was watching it. that's how it goes when byron mingle with their diehard fans it's all about access fans and players are rarely disclosed exciting times for supporters and pros. this is philippe coccinea 1st time taking it all in a personally and at the foot of the alps flanked by trumpets and accordions the midfield maestro gets a taste for bavarian traditions regardless it's graceland in both not to be here
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celebrating with the fans most of the usual watching we've all got the same aim at h.d. again the people here are getting behind us every going. to close up when we're a family it's a moment when. the byron family is a tight knit one even when they're not running away with the league nicholas zuma who's been shelved with injury since october is staying positive to. fans who dropped by kurt some good means think of a bit ahead of schedule i'm definitely aiming for euro 2020 seat at the moment so i believe i can i will make the most of what i'm working towards every day. with their close connections zelig napoli and co earn points on the pitch in the hearts of their fans. glass shop keeper johnny sama is another player endearing himself to his fans we have. analyze his game. is brucey of
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mentioned last man between the sticks ready and reliable he shines brightest against the biggest opponents. that's a good shot for me i'm sorry but what makes him so dahlia. all over comes about to tell us. there's always a lot of talk about how tall a keeper has to be one meter 83 is far from the tallest but here against a close range header he demonstrates how you can compensate for that short to reach with excellent elasticity it enables him to get across and pull this one i way. last and. that's a very good site for itself. we'll see some fine goalkeeper to cancel but i can now we'll see how a top keeper deals with a shot from an angle on the counter-attack zama takes himself to the near post
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takes a couple of steps forward he's perfectly positioned and also shifts his weight on to his left leg to have the best chance of getting down to the shot. perfect can also make calls cuts will see with his fingertips strong fingers that's right so. it's actually quite surprising gladbach are in 1st 20 check the stats on average they cough up 15 shots on goal again that's at the time the league's other top teams give up half as many. we have to work on making it harder for us to create chances against us it's a problem we need to get to grips with. they recognize the problem but maybe this has helped make some or so strong in one on ones. in this situation muscle sabots is only option is to aim for young somers left corner and he's anticipating that already in a fraction of a. 2nd he also has to decide whether to make the save with his left hand or he's
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running the legal hot water yes that he hopes for what we call here because how it's written it's the right choice otherwise he could just drop the book this is if he can do so in song. could see it as it might be because this illustrates one song as incredible agility on the lines are going up and this is what we mean by a keeper having quick feet once he's so miserable and did we also see how he thinks the perfect time to go down to get down in a flash for the safe is a very good start from something i thought about it last examples another tricky pull for you hands on here he has to slightly adjust his position as well as i know making it even harder to get down at the screen it's led to another great strength is that having to go down and only being able to push the ball to the front he's like me 1st with the follow up to secure it so on up there and i'm sick i'm sure you don't stand by him and possibly even byron stryker extraordinary combat levon
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dosti was foiled by his own mom put all this in the national for us mr khan. is maintaining a fine swiss goalkeeping tradition of going to sleep that he's getting ever closer to being truly world class. passion drama competition wife marketing numbers this year powered by at intuition love hate money cash millionaire fans friends but less and in fact. if football is life life is going quite well it shall go with what you know just what you. doing right. after last season it sounds
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like a fairytale show car on course for the champions league but thanks to a new coach and a new spirit and a new game plan it's really happening. that it shall because when i. saw the spin on expansion for all of us given how miserable last season was. shall have a totally new mentality a collective spirit sure they're winning a lot and the team is delivering on the field but it's all about the nuance of their game and. you have to have everyone gets on well together we can all share it. this wasn't always the case after years of disordered shell to have again achieved a state of harmony which is key for such a big club. are on a roll and it's not a coincidence this is been planned to
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a team. from here coach david bach now. you know a change of courage can sometimes have a huge effect on the same it's you know to me what's happened here he talks a lot with trying to squeeze out the maximum also a. new coach david botanists suited up and royal blue himself as a player he knows exactly what makes shall critic his secret staying realistic while making sure the whole team embraces his plans we know where we come from we know that we have to be very on board and we know that we have a long way to go we know that we always shall cause position in the table in december it's just step one wagner once even more. the tape isn't important after 13 a game so take the board night at the end of the season after 34 games and this is why it's only moments where we are a good moment. does that make this
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a good moment for. daniel talley judy has undergone a transition of his own back in a shift to the outside back into the midfield and shelters attack immediately became more potent and unpredictable the risk of machinery is still really what on the scene. certainly don't challenge you're a. very happy playing in that position is closer to the opposition goal. childcare playing their most refreshing football in years it all comes from their mentality as seen in the winner against only on. the 5 for the word ah. ha. and where was shelton's journey take them. finish it's always hard to say but getting back into europe would be a good way to end the season. shall because football fairy tale marches on.
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and everything's on europe and what football can see for the continent of. europe is crumbling. can't put it together. can such a simple game save such a complicated continent we set out on a quest for clues because the state of affairs is complex this breaks it and emerging nationalist tendencies in every corner. it's only the national rally from. the freedom party of austria. germany. hungary to name just a few. all over the continent populists are putting national interests ahead of the european ideal. and we need vocals. to reunite your.
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number one our beloved game has been raised worked it's just easy it's just. politics can be exhausting but on the strongish that we've gone through all the european championships all celebrating their 60 anniversary of the 1st tournament back in 1960 a grand total of 4 teams took part. this time 24 teams will compete across 12 european countries. the idea of sharing the tournament across the continent came from the show me. city this or that but. was happy with the little local. church in situ needy. that was back in 2012 that's an
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e has since been banned from football for corruption but he's still the father of this unusual tournament has he given europe with his wild idea back then the situation wasn't quite as precarious as it was today perhaps it was an unintentional stroke of genius. let's dig a little to an historic event that will ensure the tournament fields prettiest between nations and fans building bridges wouldn't be a bad thing but it's complicate on the way to the tournament all of these possible qualifying encounters to be avoided for political reasons in other words these countries will have between one another even under one of the same european reverse . possible qualify things get really tricky russia spain romania and azerbaijan 4 of the host countries still haven't even recognized kosovo as an independent state if they had to. made the flag and play the anthem it
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could cause serious political complications. it doesn't sound as if it could really make a difference here. at least the mascot with its hate head cut might face the masses but can it accomplish what i'm going to america and boris johnson car. let's look back at a case from the past the last world cup in 20. 4 while many feel traveling to russia because of the unruly local hooligans. all the families had a great time in russia everyone got along and the world celebrated a peaceful festival before. this time russia will host matches once more the same features. entanglements around the globe might be on people's minds before they think of the book. again brought people together in 2018 and it
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can do in 22 and. russia is only one of many stages to understand the full picture we need to know who know what i'm the way. these 12 cities will host at least 3 group stage matches if the host nation qualifies their government to play some games at home so we already know about st petersburg the tournament kicks off in rome. the opening match is on the 12th of june at the olympic stadium. outbreaks of violence are common in italian football grounds fascist fans are tolerated at many clubs and racism in the country is on the mom. to counter it it's a these football federation is a part of you a has. antidiscrimination campaign. this will be the country's 10th time to. at the euro they won
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a once in $168.00. can't entirely a do it again. the games will be held at glasgow's hampden park. in football as in politics scotland is divided and glasgow is home to one of europe's most explosive. it's a rivalry closely tied to religion. catholic celtic was founded by irish immigrants rangers shaped by protestant caught up to george bragg 6 scotland are touring with the ideal seceding from the quay while celtic fans are of no single mind on the issue most rangers supporters want to remain in the united states this is a good goal that the eurozone unlikely to be able to bring. to go will be rolling in the netherlands in the johan cruyff arena. at
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a recent dutch 2nd division match between den bosch and excel c o n d's were rare i was subjected to racist abuse from the stands the game had to be interrupted. but i. think. that itself. if so. yeah that's a good shot evolution in football reacts. the next match day dutch teams from the top 2 divisions stood still during the 1st minute of their matches to take a stand against racist. yet more proof that can bring about political change. and honestly something like this is worth more than any politician speak. romanian looks forward to hosting at bucharest some national arena to remain ian's . missed their chance for direct what if occasion but could still make it through
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the playoffs to do so would be a milestone for this country all for nothing. for years there have been protests against government corruption economically and politically romanians long to finally arrive in europe. a large european sporting event could certainly help the country and the capital bucharest with its 2000000 inhabitants. as a by john's capital back is also a city but is it even. where does the border lie more about like. denmark is another host stadium in copenhagen. wouldn't it be great if denmark could recreate that was fear of 992 when they sensationally went all the way. to certain danish players don't have it too easy a moment unfortunately because of the color of their skin. the fear of the
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foreign is sadly widespread in the country. the stadium san mom is is situated in bilbao feel vile is situated in the boss country of northern spain. the spanish national team haven't played in the basque country since 1967 just like the catalans the past people want their tone and will display in games be considered home or away match those. who have us fighting for independence surely wants nothing to do with europe right or wrong. the boss feel their roots stem from the heart of the continent. so it will be interesting to see whether bilbao would celebrate what would be a 4th championship for the spanish. in ireland there are more sheep than people. and the euros will take place here to be
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a viva stadium in. europe is regarded highly in ireland because it's done so much for the local economy anything else. on we go from dublin to budapest wi fi days hungary has for years had a government that's with europe there are serious problems here with freedom of expression judicial independence and the rights of refugees. the games will be played at the newly built fetich pushkar say. now let's head to germany to the audience arena in music germany have made it to the euros every time since 1972 with 3 titles so far 2020 will be their 13th time at the top. the german team is comprised of players from various cultural backgrounds.
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full of things fun for the respect and interviews that i was looking to come and see me feel on top of haitian demons and should not have done much of that of humans in the judicial. system for a good example then for german society currently dealing with alarming growth of the far right euro skeptic a f d m 2024 is getting close to the host of the 24. will be germany. interesting but now it's still about $22.00 and. the tournament will reach its climax at the wembley stadium in london this is where the semifinals and the final will take place and a new european champion will be crowned. london england the motherland of break. down how exactly is the european idea supposed to be revitalized here. places and the english team is
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a solid contender imagine a known european european champion winning the european championship outside of europe. let's hope that boris johnson is not the only one who knows your. view why it's clear that you wrote 2020 should be a celebration for europeans and for all for. you but how exactly will it be for the support is. what if no one shows up in back to azerbaijan that could easily be the case. there's plenty going against destroying cation. first of all azerbaijan's team haven't qualified that was more or less clear from the start. secondly this post soviet country has been accused of human rights abuses and violations of
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freedom of speech in the 2018th democracy index azerbaijan came in 149 out of 167 countries. also midfielder henrik mkhitaryan didn't feel safe enough to enter the country for the europa league final base year as an armenian he feared for his life. good leave the atmosphere at that europa league final between chelsea and also was miserable in azerbaijan no one's really all that fussed about a. side note there will be reports about why this location was chosen for the european championship in the 1st place and maybe some suggestions that money from the u.a.e. for sponsors so caught was behind it one of the biggest power companies in azerbaijan they'll be told about human rights and it will become clear that football and politics are taught the intertwined and that azerbaijan is using football. as
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a stage on which to promote since there's no 2 ways about it football is political . then there's the problem districts some 4400 kilometers separate back you and doubly isn't that a bit. little but it's a lot of can produce. suppose it's a devout us who just so that there could be emptied new subsystem of. the school can address in a hoshi society is. brutally world so organiser to suppose it's a. choice we got here just in addition to living ones in the us. and that he puts a few of them off edition the fuzzy intros and off the cobble mentality fiefdom. ok so those who have the means and the time can hop around europe to the different parts cities one can learn
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a lot about the countries the people and of awful the concert. to find euro 2020 could be a fantastic learning experience they can expand their horizons learn about european ideas and cultures and overcome barriers and these sections that goes for those who stay at home and watch on t.v. . but what does that really mean can football you not europe or not. europe still be a divided continent off to the tournament. or will all europeans unite together in holland. we admit it's complicated. football will surely leave behind some positive traces off to the tournament in every european country. and we don't have to agree with everything other states in europe do or allow but we also don't have to criticize every little thing. to the point of
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destruction football i lowed cannot be jura of hostile nationalist tendencies but football can function as a useful tool to show politics that we is better than me especially when it's plays all over the european comes.
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