Hello my favourite guys and girls in the world, how are you?
We all probably know what is coming up tomorrow. Some of us fears it, others thinks that it is the best day out of the whole year.
My opinion about valentine’s day? Well, I’m just going to say that my feelings about it are to harsh to be written here. To many shocking stories and to many bad words to. He-he.
But still, Valentine’s day is a about doing nice gestures, to show to your beloved one, that you do appreciate them, even though you don’t always show that.
It’s a rare thing in football, nice gestuares. We don’t see them as often anymore, and I do think that it’s a shame.
But when we do get to see them, we never forget them and always learn that the global brotherhood of football fans is bigger than anything you can imagine.
As you may know, I did a speach about Hillsborough in class some 10 days ago. I forgot to mention that I talked about this …
…Four days after Hillsborough, it was game day in Europe, and commanded one-minute silence. Milan met Real Madrid at the San Siro, and the minute’s silence was respected Italian Style, with applause and straight backs.
For about 30 seconds. Then, the most amazing thing happend. Watch this.
AC Milan fans, in the days following the disaster, printed off song sheets with the words to You’ll Never Walk Alone and handed them out amongst their support with a plea to learn them for the next home game, only 4 days after the disaster. A gesture was planned to stop the game at 3.06pm (the time of the game being stopped at Hillsborough) and hold a minutes silence.
If this isn’t a mark of respect, I don’t know what is. I always get very emotional watching this – and when I think about Milan-supporters, this always comes to mind. This clip gives me goosebumps everytime I watch it, and sends shivers down my everything. What are your feelings?
Learn from this people, to treat the ones you know with respect and dignity – not only on one day, but every day.
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