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The day I met some World Cup football players from Hyun-Young Kim, Germany

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A Football Fan A Football Fan | 10:37 UK time, Wednesday, 21 July 2010

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In this world cup I had a special experience. I spent our Pentecost holiday in south tirol.
I'm from south korea. I'm a fan of korean national soccer team. We are informed that the korean team camp in Neustift in Austria. We reserved a family card for the match Korea : Spain on 3th June.

Before the match we visited the hotel Jagd Hof where korean soccer player stayed.
We had to wait with my children for 4 hours to meet some players.
Fortunately we could meet some players and made some fotos (here with Ji-Sung Park from Manchester United). It was 2 hours before the match. They were nervous before the match. But any players didn't reject to make fotos.

We visted also german training camp in Eppan. But we couldn't see any player because the stadium was full. I could see only the manager Oliver Bierhof.

The matchs were exciting for me. The korean team offered very exciting matchs. Unfortunately it lost the match against Uruguay. The germany team played very well.
I promised my colleagues to buy a german football shirt if the german team win the match against Argentina. Germany scored four goals. And I had to buy it on my pleasure. My the best player in germany team is Thomas Müller. Unfortunately he was blocked for the semi-final. I think it is reason that the german team lost this match.

I'm watching the final match at the moment. I thought Spain win easy this final match. I see now that the Netherlands plays better. Let us see who win the match. In any case we will have a new world cup champion, because both of teams never won the cup!

Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    The South African World Cup was really wonderful, you're very lucky to be there!! Like a brazilian, I'm sad because Brazil wasn't in the final, but the last match was really great and the Spain deserve to win!!

 

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