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Germany reached the quarter-finals of Euro 2012 as winners of Group B and sent Denmark crashing out after beating them 2-1 in Lviv. More
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and Özil.gomez are they german..really?
This Country lets any _ucker in, it doesn't matter if you cant read or write we will set you up in a home feed and cloth them all and give you money
Stuart, Podolski and Klose are from the German minority in Poland. Did you get that? They did not choose to play for Germany, as this is a "better chance". You could not be more wrong in your accsations. They are not naturalized or bought national players from another country. They decided to play for the country they regard as their home country and never changed this decision.
Oh Sorry! U r live in a different England! U r person exuberant imagination! That u must cheat for pleasure! That is Sick!
Krzysztof, English people are no more racist, actually a lot less, than people from other countries. They are just fed up of foreign muck coming over here and taking off the benefits system whilst plotting to blow us up, rob us and rape our women and children.
Stuart - Let u know something but everybody knows that! Not Surprises! That's shows who r u? English Simply Racist, Jealous Brainless Without any Education! Everbody who lived even only for a moment in the Racist England U p-ick! They knows how it is There! U can ask people from Afrika, Pakistan, Afganistan, Spain, Chinese! From whole Europa! I've got a lot of friends from diffrent nationalities! By the way forget about them, We can ask People from welsh, Scotland, Ireland, Who u r! Hypocritical Deprolably Racist! U r the biggest Liars! Racist! On the whole Planet! Sellers Drugs for kids! No Respect for other Nationalities! Ofcourse no everybody but People like u bring Shame for your own country and People!
Listen Ingo, Podolski may have Polish parents who decided to emigrate to Germany and become naturalised Germans that still doesn`t mean that their son if he so wished wanted to play for Poland because of his Polish family heritage couldn`t, he decided to play for Germany because there was a better chance of playing for a successful club side in Germany and for the national team than if he opted to play for Poland. His was an economic and career enhancing choice not one born out of his parent and their parents historical heritage, just like half of the Welsh rugby team were born and raised in England but decided to play for the Welsh national side because they considered their opportunity to play international rugby against some of the best players in the world would be enhanced when there are fewer clubs and players to select from by the principality than if they tried to seek selection from the larger availability to selectors in England. My point which you are so obviously trying to miss is that the parochial mentality of these rascist supporters who have already shown stupidity and violence will not understand that people from any country can and will move permanantly to another country within the EU and take up nationality and citizenship of that adopted country, relinquishing citizenship of their motherland or adopting dual citizenship with their new and former countries so they may effectively play for either national team.
malthouse:there was a goodlooking blonde haired greek woman the cameras showed a few times when they played russia
who cares about all these overpaid poufes, there is to much football on television, why cant they have their own channe, then we could watch something else, anything but football
@Stuart: Plz get the facts right. Both Podolski and Klose were born as part of the German minority in Poland. Their parents re-migrated to Germany and both are Germans since they were born, and always played for German selections since thert youth. Even at the time of he iron curtain migration was common in Europe. Much like British migrated and re-migrated from their colonies. Many Scottish, Welsh, English and Nothern Irish players over the years were not born in the respective part of Britain or in Britain at all.
Will the rascist Polish fans now start burning effiges of Lukas Podolski who is the only Pole, re-cycled as a German likely to be playing in the final, possibly score a goal and get a European Cup winners medal as a German citizen or doesn`t their bigotted attitudes and bullying stupidity reach such limits of desperate parochialism. Podolski realised he was never likely to get a winners medal by staying and remaining in the Polish national team and knew what he needed to do to move on, just like Smuda did now that he`s resigned as Poland`s national coach from their sunken European Cup dreams, who has nowhere to hide since their supporters as co-hosts can only watch those who`ve qualified in dismay.
Why are people soooo hateful, Fussball is a wunderful game and should U N I T E people !!!
dry your eyes kelvin, to much allegience i smell lol
i hav been to the lake district in england very beautiful and the garden of kent , i have been to glasgow , never again
you prick usa hates scotland for wat you did , am america you tit and we dont hate the english
kelvin dream on, have you not been abroad, every country i go to hate england love scotland, and yes usa loves scotlands beautiful nation not the schemes of london
Well good luck Greece.
Both games a bit disappointing in parts but I dare say the better teams got through - hope we will see more action soon, just hate to see lethargy in an important match
62. typical scotsman supports germany or argentina, the nation with the biggest chip on there shoulders and a nation that lets a libyean mase murderer out because he has cancer , america will always hate scotland and england will to
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Marked his 100th cap for Germany with his 44th international goal. Can he produce that sort of form in the Premier League?
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