You rather have us saying fuck Poland than some harmless jokes about Polish workers in Holland?DEADLY SIN pisze:Why the hell you would not sing 'Een Bussie Vol Met Polen', since some of our fans will take a bus to Breda? Quite an original way of saying 'hello' to Polonia supporters. Or maybe you could take an example from Utrecht fans and put a banner 'Fuck Polska'? Why the heck we did not write a song about 'bollockless homos' for NAC supporters and warn them before that they need 'to be prepared to hear it' during the match, cause it is our custom to welcome the Dutch in such a way and this is what we think about them? That would create a level playing field for Polonia and NAC supporters so you could sing your silly song about 'asparagus cutters and tomato pickers'.NAC EL pisze:Luckily not. It didn't last very long, maybe 10 seconds. I guess more people didn't find it very funny. 2 other chants were okay, we sang to you:
A- A- A- aspergestekers!
To- To- To- Tomatenplukkers!
It means asparagus cutters and the second means tomato pickers. It's a (not so very funny) joke. Because a lot of Polish workers in Holland do this kind of work, we called you that. Be prepared to hear it Thursday as well.
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We only sang 'Een bussie vol NAAR Polen', because we were in a bus full on TO Poland. I'm guessing tomorrow we WILL sing 'Een bussie vol met Polen'.
You are taking this to serious. Like I said, it wasn't a very good joke, and fortunatly, also not one that was repeated very often. Dn't tell me you didn't make 1 insult towards us. I think that's just friendly rivalry, there is always room for that in my opinion.
There is a very nice public park just a couple of blocks away from the Grote Markt. When you walk towards the city center from the Breda trainstation, you can't miss it.tsst pisze:I have one more question about Breda. Where is the best place for jogging in Breda?
I will stay close to the Grote Markt.