Published: Tue, July 10, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

‘Come to Russia,’ FIFA ambassador tells England fans

‘Come to Russia,’ FIFA ambassador tells England fans

The Sbornaya produced a stunning result at the home World Cup, having advanced to the quarter-finals for the first time in their history. "Every fifth viewer thinks that England will win, 15 percent think that Belgium will win, and 14 percent believe in Croatia's victory", the pollster said in a statement.

"We'll do it better at Qatar in four years term".

One of the big success stories of the World Cup so far has been the welcome the Russians have given to visitors regardless of nationality, colour or religion. "We are glad to see you. They've given us belief that we are a genuine footballing country".

For many fans, the fact that Russian Federation lost only in a penalty shootout against a team widely considered to be one of the most skilled in the tournament was a victory in itself.

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It's no secret that we have some of the most passionate football fans in the world. "But this goal will be hard to accomplish without you, so you should go to Qatar with us", TASS cited him as saying.

"And now I want to say to English fans: "Guys, get it together, come to Russian Federation and support your national team because they have gotten into the semi-final", she said.

However, perhaps emphasising that this is the start rather than the finish of a new era of respect and understanding, Federation Internationale de Football Association is to host a panel discussion on Diversity & Anti-Discrimination on Wednesday before the World Cup semi-final at the Luzhniki Stadium media centre.

"We played with our souls and with our hearts, thank you so much".

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