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Polish football ultras paid tribute to the heroes of 1956

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.

The Polish president gave a speech at the commemoration of the 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).

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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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Photos: facebook.com/ekstraklasa.hu

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Source: origo.hu

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