For the remaining three years, it is better not to be a city of Elizabeth


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“It was better to be Irish in Budapest on Tuesday night,” wrote Péter Niedermüller, the mayor of Erzsébetváros in the SE, referring to the fact that the members of the Hungarian national team did not kneel before the football match, unlike the Irish.

András Schiffer did not leave Niedermüller’s words without reaction:

“For the remaining three years, it is better not to be in Erzsébetváros in Budapest. Come on, ruin pubs, come on, Hungarians! ”

– writes the former president of the LMP.

For the remaining three years, it is better not to be a city in Budapest. Ruin pubs, Hungarians!

Posted by András Schiffer on Wednesday, June 9, 2021

As our newspaper wrote, yesterday the Hungarian national team, which is preparing for the partly Hungarian football championship against Ireland, with a goal without a goal closed the preparation. At the beginning of the match, however, after the whistle, the Irish national team knelt down in line with Western trends, thus showing its solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. However, the Hungarian national team did not do the same, in response to which a loud “It was nice, boys!” the domestic audience reacted with chanting.

Péter Niedermüller, Mayor of Erzsébetváros DK responded to it on the community sidethat the Hungarians refused to kneel. As he wrote, “at the starting whistle, the Irish knelt down, they received a huge whistle concert from the ten thousand spectators, the Hungarians remained standing, as expected. That’s why they received the recognition of “It was nice, boys!” From the audience. That’s exactly why I’m not interested in the Hungarian national team, we can be ashamed of ourselves. It was better to be Irish in Budapest tonight…, ”the politician added.


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