It is no stranger to the Greek medal to change everything when elections and government change. After all, for the last 50 years, governments when they switch to the country where the orange blossom flourishes belong to diametrically opposed political families. It used to be theirs, at least. Because the first 40 years of deconstruction tend to become homogenized and have given way to a new deconstruction, more extreme political trends. Let's not get into our subject.
As in all facets of our society, so too does the change of political wing of government to the post of the bourgeoisie, in sport, as the new ruling political class has to grasp the power that the former ruling class had to do before it took power.
Agreements with public media to promote games of the past? Finally all of the young people. Antiparaga's previous ones? "We teach morality" by young people. Nation in the national antecedents? Young people. And what else they can change, they change it!
Avgenaki's visit to "Karaiskakis" was not accidental. The young strong politician of sports wants to show that "forget what you knew" and now the best man is protected. He demanded the visit, the Minister did not carry it out on his own. If he wanted to give political symbolism to the movement, he would go to Peristeri and Atromitos, to Charilaou and Aris. Not necessarily in Faliro, the corpse went there to send a message to the best man. Who otherwise put aside the thrashing of his former public relations and replaced it with the most civilized and acceptable there is.
The change of mindset is clear and in line with the political trend: "We transmit civic courtesy to drink the medallion as only we know it, through fake legitimacy."
All this, however, at least in football stumbles. It stumbles on neutrality and political independence of football. For if the new leader of the sport wants to impose trends and prospects, he will fall into FIFA's now dominant wall. It is not enough to throw away the brute-force commander of the SPA in order for the new order of things to be debased. It also has to go beyond the grip of international scrutiny. And that is hard to do…
As for the once-flying Dutchman who dominates the national team now? It will certainly be judged by the work it will produce or will not produce. But first look at his resume, well, he doesn't click and you won't say "wow"! After working with VanBasten on the Oranges, he traveled to Australia and Mexico, then to Zwolle and most recently was a year unemployed. Well, you don't even call him a jerk. No;…email> firstname.lastname@example.org