Pusztai Nagy Magyar – Notes by Zsigmond Deák

I hope to seriously disappoint a few people with my confession: I am not an unconditional supporter of an organization called FARE and the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Committee. According to my experience, very often they make a negative decision, just to “taste” the punishment, while they are completely unaware of the specific situation, and even do not want to be aware of it. If you think about it, there would be no need for FARE (Football Against Racism in Europe) at all if there were no racist “issues” on football stadiums on our continent. There, I don’t dispute that, but here’s the rusty point: It’s a lot less than what they’ve generated in their reports.

We have come to the latest, which is actually not recent, but the exclusive statement that MLSZ President Sándor Csányi and UEFA Vice President gave to Nemzeti Sport. Well, of course, we are talking about the hall’s presentation of the map of Great Hungary, or more precisely, the thousand-year-old map of the former Kingdom of Hungary. MLSZ moves very narrowly on similar topics, and sometimes I felt it too heavy, but now I don’t think so, because it is difficult to state it more clearly and realistically than the federation in its presentation after the match against the Italians in the fall: “In front of a FARE inspector in his position, it cannot be classified Nagy-Magyarország-molino as revisionist and nationalist in itself. (…) It testifies to the lack of historical knowledge on the part of the FARE inspector, which could not be allowed in the procedure before UEFA. (…) It only symbolized that the fans The Hungarian national football team constitutes a transnational community that is unique in European football.”

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That’s it, period, we might say, though there are still a lot of unanswered questions. The aforementioned double quality of Sándor Csányi leads to a very hot situation, however, it has reached the point where there is no longer an automatic closure of the stadium due to what can be described as the fans’ exclusionary and often isolated expressions, as before. According to him, his next goal is for the EU and FARE to remove the historical symbol of Hungary from their ban list. Until then, however, the faramuc condition would remain that molino is prohibited, the mantle may be used. It’s still better than the nightmare of stadium closures, which we’ve been through many times and it’s still realistic, and even summer evenings can be so cool that we wrap something around our necks.

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