Five leading Friday links

Yesterday, a group of Danish football players and the staff were attached at Copenhagen Airport. When the press conference started, it took a few seconds before everyone on and around the team gave a round of applause. Usually it is the other way around. Usually we applaud the players, the coaches, the team leaders and the health team. Yesterday it was the other way around.

They applauded the Danish population. It is no understatement to mention that the Danish national football team has had some crazy slides in recent weeks. And this includes the time leading up to the actual em-finals, where the training camp has been a regular gathering point for the team and staff.

The culmination was when the referee blew the whistle against Finland. Quite shortly after, Christian Eriksen’s heart stopped. On the field, he received life-giving first aid. Denmark lost, but life won. Here, players and management showed that there is much that is far more important than a stupid football international. That UEFA saw the Danes on the pitch again is another matter.


Wednesday night, the final round ended for the Danes. England received a penalty – as a gift – and thus England must face Italy in the final. They play on Sunday. That’s a detail, and yes: I must of course watch the match, but for Hulan it could have been fun if it was the red / white boys who were to occupy Wembley.

But they have traveled home to their families. All. Also coaches and team leaders. And physiotherapists and doctors. The management has pulled the plug and is thus holding a very well-deserved summer holiday. From here in South Funen, I would like to thank the entire crew. Thank you very much for giving us something else to think about in the weeks that have passed.

And you have managed to create a sympathy that has rarely been seen or felt in such a short time. You have created a Danish unity across gender, age, politics, religion and sexuality. When I watched the match against the Czech Republic, I was standing on Frederiks√łen together with 999 other football freaks. And when Denmark scored, I got a hug from a man I had never met before. Thanks to the national team and thanks to the staff around.

It’s Friday and we have to click loose with the mouse. Today, our Friday links are about DBU, DSB, PDF, KBH and VUF. Dansk Boldspil Union. DBU. Thanks. Thanks to Pomse in the forum who draws attention to this pdf reader. This is about man’s best friend. Are you going to visit Copenhagen and support the city with your holiday money? So check out this guide. Your Dull Banana. Check the travel times before you settle down.

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