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Rana Bakhshaliyeva
Thu, 1 Mar 2012 08:09 EST
asking for help
Dear Madam or Sir. I am staying in Belgrad in Hotel Slavia and tryed to connect with Swedish Embessy through their's on-line. But I couldn't to do it. I have bad expearence with internet and all of my e-mails. I am inside of danger that probably have connection to politica. I tryed to ask for help UN and Human Rights. Please help me to connect with Swedish Foreign Minister, because I belive that he with his political line can help me too.
Olof Ringdahl
Tue, 23 Jun 2009 16:03 EDT
I am sorry! I feel offended. I have to have the opportunity to speak with a representative from the Serbian team. Next player who calls for a red card - claps his hand! How old are they? 5-7 years old??????
Olof Ringdahl
Tue, 23 Jun 2009 15:39 EDT
Fotbollshuliganer på plan
Hur beter man sig när man ligger under i fotboll? Stampar en spelare i ansiktet? Siktar på kroppen med alla dubbarna först? Skulle Serbien vara modell för fotbollen i Europa, vore det snart krig överallt. Tack och lov för att det finns andra fotbollsspelare än Vujcovic och Krack, Intryck från fotbollsmatchen mot Sverige: De är inte välkomna tillbaka.

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