Euro 2020 – Left Hand Shots | Besides the ‘British style’: I understand the frustration of the British, but not harshly

Euro 2020 - Left Hand Shots |  Besides the 'British style': I understand the frustration of the British, but not harshly

They have served us for centuries “British style”. As Melchior Gioi wrote in his early days “New Etiquette”, Sometimes a wild fruit is born among the thorns, “it is bitter or tasty on the palate.” Grafting and cultivating removes it from its thorns, “making it sweet and savory.” The parable of the sower.

However, on Sunday evening a Wembley The British proved themselves in its surroundings Rough and rough. Even worse. On the account of a nineteen-year-old Buccaneer Saka, The culprit – in the eyes of the fans – the loss of the decisive punishment, the ugly racial slurs, “Return to Nigeria”, Avoid the pathetic collection of “Leave My Country” Xenophobia Discriminatory offenses against two other players who missed a shot from eleven meters. Marcus Rashford e Jadon Sancho: London Met Police say “this is unacceptable” 45 Ultras There was an attack on the Italian fans (there was a real chase after them after the game) and there were rallies and violent riots in the squares around the stadium. Being a fan is one thing. Another, fanatics.

Suspicious, disrespectful, attitude English players At the award ceremony for the second place. Many of them They took the medal from his neck, As a sign of humiliation. Not everyone praised Azzur for insulting the most basic rules of fitness. No need to mention the authorities at the starting stands Royal family of Prince William: Shortly after the last penalty saved by Donner, They fled. The hospitality of King Juan Carlos, who celebrated Italy’s victory with Sandro Pertini at the 1982 World Cup in Spain, was very different. It was Sunday, July 11. Mancini’s national team played with history and won again.

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I can understand expectations, disappointments, and frustrations. But not rough. As reflected in Queen Elizabeth’s congratulatory letter sent to the English team on the eve of the Wembley final, they also remember the prosop of those who think they have already won. Great satisfaction The 1966 World Cup trophy handed over to Bobby Moore, who hopes that “it will not only lead to success in game history, but also to the spirit and pride you face.”

when Boris Johnson Greetings to our President Sergio MatterlaArriving at the stadium, he spoke in Italian “Come to Italy!”, It was beautiful. He wore a white England shirt under his jacket. But he disappeared after the game was over.

The calm Matterella throughout the meeting performed very pleasantly, but without some comment the calm Sicilian paradox (Vitaliano Broncatti Teaches…). At the start of the unfortunate penalty sequence, he whispered to those closest to him (Valentina Vesali, Best foil player today undersecretary of sports; Volcano Evelina Crystalline, UEFA Councilor; Gabriel Gravina, President of FIGC): “We are in the hands, of course not, we are in the hands of the donor”. When you are a good English goalkeeper Jordan Pickford ‘S shot saved Georginho, The man who would have given Italy victory could not hide his frustration, “I never thought he would be wrong …”.

Only after the second parade of Donnerumma Matteo Beretini Written by Vesali, he performed the speechless and packed eggs in a tricolor stadium (two-thirds of the capacity guaranteed by the organizers). In the awful silence of humiliating defeat, English fans had no time. This is also a dirty collective gesture. They are ours Sippirimarlo, Onomatopoeic satire written by Gianni Brera and often mentally ingly preceded: There must be a flattering of all the fingers deployed in front of the tip of the nose.

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Console Matterla, deceived by the kings and the peasants of the Brexit authorities, as claimed by 70% of the French Team (First page title: “La Happiness” in Italian) Consoled Italy, it rises to 75% Spain, Thanks to Luis Enrique after the defeat, the penalties in the semifinals, for announcing that he would support the Blue team. Even a tennis player Novak DjokovicHe defeated Matteo Beretini by four sets to win his sixth Wimbledon title, booking his third consecutive Grand Slam title. The same refined Ursula Von der Lane, President of the European Commission, Italy, on the grounds of unbalanced and obvious political reasons for Brexit’s despicable and divisive sovereignty against the European Union and England: “My heart is with Italy”. The Belgian press emphasized the success of the Manzini group, and in many other capitals where the presence of our immigrants was constant, there were carousels and great joy in Brussels (Australia, South America).

Surely they rejoiced Scottish, For ancestral reasons: “This is Rome coming!”, The Independence newspaper jokes on the front page National. Sixty-three percent of Scots, Welsh and Northern Irish consoled Italy. Not just enthusiasm. Responsibilities and expectations beyond sports competition inevitably weigh the side effects of such a success. In this sense, the article The world It submits a full page “The Italian Renaissance“(Photo and reference on the first page):” A victory will help you forget the lamentations, fears and restrictions “.

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But no one had the courage to bother Maradona, Like Clarin of Buenos Aires, is sure to never be happier there this weekend: Argentina Messi (Messinsena …) Defeated Brazil in Maracana and won the South American title. Italy, the second home of PB de Oro, disappointed England, who had the best seasons with Napoli, by beating them in their “cave” at Wembley. Mano de Dios. The hand of Gigi Donnerumma. Yuppalla’s amazing game and her different intertwined parts.

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