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New York Times about german refugee - crises and german soccer-clubs (with FC St. Pauli as example)


ୱ Kiezkickerde ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
September 29, 2015 - 105 visits

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In Germany, Migrant Aid Is a Team Effort
HAMBURG, Germany — Ibrahim Ismail decided to make a placard for each of his five Syrian and Iraqi friends the moment he heard they would receive free tickets for the soccer match on Tuesday.

“They say, ‘Thank You, Hamburg,’ ‘Thank You, St. Pauli’ and ‘Many Thanks, Germany,’ ” Ismail said, showing off messages he had carefully printed, in German and Arabic, on scraps of cardboard with a black marker.

The six men proudly displayed their signs to thousands of German fans streaming into Millerntor-Stadion here. Almost all of the fans who passed them were wearing black T-shirts with the image of a skull and crossbones on the front, the emblem widely used by supporters of F.C. St. Pauli, a team in the second tier of German soccer.
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More: www.nytimes.com/2015/09/10/sports/soccer/german-soccer-clubs-open-their-gates-to-refugees.html

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