Mancini finds it unreasonable, Spain appeals to Spaniards in Great Britain
“I think it’s very unfair not to have a stadium full of Italian fans and half full of Spaniards,” he said. Said Italian coach Roberto Mancini. “That’s the best thing about football.” The Italian Association wrote on its website that 6,400 tickets would be sold to Italian fans living in Great Britain and Ireland.
The Spanish Association did not provide any specific figures, but wrote on its website for Spaniards living in Great Britain: “We need you!” Request to come to the game.
Denmark offers cards for 7,900 dances in Great Britain
The second semi-final between England and Denmark will have 7,900 Danish fans out of more than 60,000 at Wembley, with the allotment initially shortened to 5,800. However, according to previous plans, it’s about Dance living in Great Britain – similar to the German team’s game in England. They have to pay up to 595 euros to see one of the biggest games in Danish football history. However, in Danish politics, this issue is still debated.
Several parties have invited Prime Minister Matteo Frederickson to campaign for more fans. The pamphlet “Ekstra Bladet” criticized Frederickson and Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofot for failing to talk about the situation. “People here have been vaccinated, tested and ready to swim there.” Wrote the newspaper on Monday.
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