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Old June 6th, 2012, 01:25 PM   #2141
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Warsaw Stadium very impressive!!!

I like it

Best wishes for this big event for both country...and I hope to see Italy, in final Match...
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Old June 6th, 2012, 04:15 PM   #2142
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Old June 6th, 2012, 04:20 PM   #2143
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Football coverage will be taken to a new level at Euro 2012, UEFA has promised, as its president, Michel Platini, opened the International Broadcasting Centre (IBC) in Warsaw Tuesday.

"I am sure we will experience a wonderful European Championship," former footballing great Platini said at a ceremony at the IBC, the hub of all broadcasting activities during Euro 2012, three days before the start of the tournament.

European football administrative body UEFA expects viewing figures to match those at Euro 2008 in Austria and Switzerland, when each match was watched live by around 150 million viewers in more than 200 countries.

Television signals from every venue in Poland and Ukraine will be delivered to the IBC, at Warsaw's EXPO XXI site, for distribution to all broadcast partners. More than 1,100 people are based at the centre.

UEFA said elements which were considered innovations four years ago would be standard in this year's coverage, which would have further enhancements "to bring the viewers' experience to a new level."
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Old June 7th, 2012, 12:57 AM   #2144
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Is there official fan fests for euro?
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Old June 7th, 2012, 01:53 AM   #2145
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Old June 7th, 2012, 08:18 AM   #2146
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Old June 7th, 2012, 12:20 PM   #2147
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Old June 7th, 2012, 12:25 PM   #2148
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33k stadium for trainings...sick.
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Old June 7th, 2012, 04:55 PM   #2149
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Old June 7th, 2012, 05:29 PM   #2150
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what is your problem?
he's saying it's good, which is what "sick" also means in slang.
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Old June 7th, 2012, 08:37 PM   #2151
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Old June 7th, 2012, 10:42 PM   #2152
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33k stadium for trainings...sick.
The irony is 25k came to training session of one team and people actually fought for tickets - there were injuries. Meanwhile the host club, Wisla, NEVER managed to get one crowd of that size in the new stadium, reaching top of 24k in just one game. To me it is indeed sick (in the negative meaning) that people regard a training session of several guys more attractive than an actual competition with proper atmosphere...

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Old June 7th, 2012, 10:46 PM   #2153
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The irony is 25k came to training session of one team and people actually fought for tickets - there were injuries. Meanwhile the host club, Wisla, NEVER managed to get one crowd of that size in the new stadium, reaching top of 24k in just one game. To me it is indeed sick (in the negative meaning) that people regard a training session of several guys more attractive than an actual competition with proper atmosphere...
Are some people turned off by going to an Ekstraklasa game because of the 'kibole?'
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Old June 7th, 2012, 11:52 PM   #2154
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Old June 8th, 2012, 02:09 AM   #2155
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Are some people turned off by going to an Ekstraklasa game because of the 'kibole?'
Or at least of the media image of 'kibole', sure. Many people literally have an idea you may go to a game and die, because that's what the media present them with. Way out of proportion, sometimes even without merit. I brought many first-timers to our stadium and each time they were extremely surprised that this may actually be fun instead of horror...
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The irony is 25k came to training session of one team and people actually fought for tickets - there were injuries. Meanwhile the host club, Wisla, NEVER managed to get one crowd of that size in the new stadium, reaching top of 24k in just one game. To me it is indeed sick (in the negative meaning) that people regard a training session of several guys more attractive than an actual competition with proper atmosphere...


define official and fests
fan fest: an event where people go to watch the matches and also has concerts, shop, food.

official: organized by UEFA
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Netherlands players targets of racist taunts, threaten to walk off Euro 2012 pitch

The Polish city in which England is based for the finals of Euro 2012 was at the centre of a growing race row today with the Holland captain, Mark van Bommel, warning UEFA that he will lead his team off the pitch if they are abused during matches after an alleged incident occurred at a training session.

Black players in the Dutch squad were subjected to "monkey chants" from supporters of Wisla Krakow during open training at the Polish club's stadium on Wednesday, according to the midfielder. Van Bommel said he led the players to the other end of the pitch after the chanting from around 500 fans as the squad ran past during two warm-up laps. The incident occurred just hours after the Dutch squad had visited the Second World War concentration camp at Auschwitz, which is close to Krakow.

UEFA and the Dutch football association played down the row but today Van Bommel warned: "It's a real disgrace, especially after getting back from Auschwitz, that you are confronted with this. We will take it up with UEFA and if it happens during matches we will talk to the referee and ask to leave the field."

When questioned by Dutch journalists, some of whom claimed not to have heard the abuse, Van Bommel added: "You need to open your ears. If you heard it and did not want to hear it then that is even worse."

The training session was raucous with claims that the fans were protesting because Krakow had been overlooked as a host city for the tournament. The row comes ahead of England holding its first open training session at the city, which also hosts Italy, and with 3,500 locals being invited for the ticket-only event. Racism has been a problem in the city in the past with the fans of both Wisla Krakow and another local club, Cracovia, having faced allegations of abuse.

UEFA, which has a zero-tolerance policy on racism at soccer grounds, said it had spoken to the Dutch and claimed it had been told there had been no racist incident. This is contradicted by Van Bommel's recollection of what happened. However, UEFA has been criticized for its lenient response to previous incidents.

The fear of racism occurring during the finals has become a huge concern for UEFA given the history of abuse in Poland and the other host nation, Ukraine, in particular with UEFA president Michel Platini confirming earlier this week that referees had been instructed to halt matches if a player is abused. But he also warned that players would be cautioned if they left the pitch in protest.

At the same time several of England's black players have confirmed that they have told their families not to travel to the team's matches in Ukraine because of the fear of being racially abused. The Football Association made representations to UEFA before the tournament over the prospect of players being abused and the UK's senior policeman in charge of soccer matters, Assistant Chief Constable Andy Holt, has also warned of the possibility.

Holland, like England, plays its three group matches in Ukraine but has chosen to base itself in Poland, as have most of the nations taking part in the finals.

The French are one of the exceptions, preparing in Donetsk, Ukraine, for their opening game against Roy Hodgson's side on Monday.

France’s manager, Laurent Blanc, added to England’s problems today by reigniting the controversy surrounding Rio Ferdinand's absence from Euro 2012. He openly rejected Roy Hodgson's claim that the decision was based on soccer considerations.

Blanc backed his former central defensive partner at Manchester United. "I know Rio Ferdinand well and it's true that it looks from my point of view that the choice not to pick him is not a footballing choice," said Blanc.

"There are clearly other things.

I think that Rio Ferdinand is a very good player even if he is closer to the end of his career. It was very surprising for me to see that he was not picked despite all the injuries they have at the back."
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Old June 8th, 2012, 09:55 AM   #2158
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There will be also an anti-russian political provocation neat hotel Bristol (with Russia team) today in Warsaw by so-called "Solidarni 2010".

These psychos will create problems for the players, specially before the match, using political pretext for their actions.

It's a total disgrace. Poland should be punished for an aggressive interference in the process of team preparatarions.

How is it even possible? Barbarians..
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Old June 8th, 2012, 10:06 AM   #2159
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There will be also an anti-russian political provocation neat hotel Bristol (with Russia team) today in Warsaw by so-called "Solidarni 2010".

These psychos will create problems for the players, specially before the match, using political pretext for their actions.

It's a total disgrace. Poland should be punished for an aggressive interference in the process of team preparatarions.

How is it even possible? Barbarians..
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Old June 8th, 2012, 10:16 AM   #2160
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Why Poland should be punished? 'Solidarni 2010' are well known mad morons in country, almost no one respect them, instead some tiny group of other morons. If some homeless will scream "kill USA" in Moscow, all Russian should be punished? Don't be ridiculous. Or you wanna be even more pathetic than them.
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