Polish football ultras paid tribute to the heroes of 1956
Origo.hu reports that the Legia Warszava – Lech Poznan football match brought a great act of remembrance, as the supporters of both teams used banners to pay tribute to the heroes of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956.
Legia, the home team eventually won the match 2-1, partly thanks to Nemanja Nikolics, footballer of the Hungarian national team. The supporters of Legia had a huge banner, saying We are paying tribute to the heroes of ’56 (Tisztelgünk az 56-os hősök előtt).
But the other half of the stadium was not indifferent either: they also had a banner with the words Friendship of nations (Nemzetek barátsága).
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