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I have the same mix as your fatherJózsi said:My father is half Hungarian and half Austrian.
I don'tJózsi said:I know many of you begrudge your Romanian neighbours
couldn't agree moreJózsi said:I cannot stand the current capitalist oligarchies running rampant in most European leagues. Those with money win. It's the antithesis of sport in my opinion, where the test should be of ability not of wealth. It's ironic that such an unfair sporting system is so wildly popular on such a socialist continent.
Thanks. Well I suppose Hungary's rich footballing history and the immense contribution made to the development of the game during the 20th century, and of course my reading on the issue, got me very interested. Actually I have always been fascinated by the 'rise and fall' of Hungarian football...and also quite eager to see whether there will be a resurgence or not. Of course there are so many reasons for the decline, political change, lack of investment, etc etc but it seems as though the passion for football is as strong as ever!Hi mate, welcome to the forum!
Any reason why you're so interested in Hungarian football? Always surprising to see people so interested in it.
Indeed!チャットキラー;9371789 said:Is it surprising? Look at your history first of all, that's one inclination to be attracted to it. And once you develop that interest, you may want to prolong and follow up on that interest you've nurtured.
Thanks very much!チャットキラー;9371932 said:Yes Requiem, welcome to the forum. From your posts so far I can tell you'll be a good poster here.
Hmmm, I think it is. Taking notice of the national team isn't surprising, but keeping track of the league is, imo. Especially with how poor the standard is.チャットキラー;9371932 said:Yes Requiem, welcome to the forum. From your posts so far I can tell you'll be a good poster here.