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the first half of the season has laid a solid foundation for them, and now it is time to fight for a championship.
In the UEFA Cup quarter-finals, in the second round, Marseille played against Warren Dam at home. Before the game, UEFA’s official website used a lot of space for the first time to introduce a player from China. They introduced his football road in more detail, from his school days to the present to shine in the UEFA Cup. Among them are some wonderful videos of Zhang Jun scoring goals, of which he naturally shocked the European football “Scorpio”.
Under the picture of “Scorpio”, there is such a text: Ever since it broke Ajax’s goal in the Dutch Cup final of the 02/03 season, it has become a symbol of Zhang Jun. In Europe, people call it “Scorpio” because it resembles the constellation of Scorpio. In his hometown of China, people are more willing to call it “Dragon 南京水磨会所 Teng”. “Dragon” is a symbol of China since ancient times. Like a totem, it is a legendary animal that can soar through the sky and the sea. They took “Dragon” as if they hoped that their country’s football could be as “dragon” for nine days. In their eyes, Zhang Jun is the incarnation of this “dragon”.
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Although I made another commercial and went to the official UEFA website, none of these could bring any good luck to Warrendam, where Zhang Jun is located. At the Velodrome Stadium, just one mile from the Mediterranean, the Maasai beat Volendam in front of his hometown elders.
Velodrome is much bigger than Veronica, and Marseille has a greater home court advantage here. Tens of thousands of fans chanting the Marseille club’s slogan: “Forward to the goal, we are glorious Marseille forward to the goal, we are the great Marseille forward 南京419论坛 to the goal, there is nothing to stop us advance the goal!!!!”
With In comparison, the singing of more than a thousand Warrendam fans is simply negligible.
Face With a strong and home-court advantage in Marseille, Adrianse chose to counterattack defensively. It should be said tha

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