Six-time EL winner Sevilla is facing the José Mourinho-led AS Roma at the Puskás Arena in a much-anticipated football match at 9 PM today.
Csányi also set out an ambitious goal: he wants to bring the UEFA Champions League final to Budapest, in 2026 at the earliest.
Romanian football fans engaged in their habit of chanting slogans degrading Hungary again at both of the European Championship qualifier games. What’s more, they also brought a banner mocking the Greater Hungary map and started a fight among themselves this time.
Press reports have claimed that the Hungarian Football Association successfully argued to UEFA that the disputed imagery represents unity among Hungarian communities across all borders, and displaying it is not an act of racism. Playsport.ro, however, obtained a letter sent by UEFA General Secretary Theodore Theodoridis to his counterpart at MLSZ, Márton Vági, in which he clarifies that the images in question are still not permitted.
Originally, the Romanian Football Federation awarded a 3-0 victory for Sepsi OSK after the game played in late January had to be called off due to anti-Hungarian chants from the visiting Craiova fans. However, the decision was overturned on appeal and the match had to be replayed — which Sepsi won by an even bigger margin on the pitch, 4-0…
The supporters of FC U Craiova claim they were ‘defending Romanian national integrity’ with their chants.
England’s national football team performed the ‘BLM knee’ prior the game which was poorly received again and booed by the children as well prompting the concern about Hungarian children in the international media.
With the decline of football hooliganism, UEFA has set the elimination of discrimination on its flag, both on the football field and in the stands but the system they have developed does not seem to be working consistently.
The rainbow-coloured stadium row in Germany is as if the entire country have decided in unison to condemn Hungary for its new law and are trying to shove their opinions down the throat of the whole world.
Hungary is convinced that the beauty and elevation of the greatest game in the world is given by the fact that this sport belongs to everyone and cannot be expropriated by the richest, underlined the Prime Minister.
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