German footballer of “Spartacus” told about the attitude to the Second world war


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German midfielder of “Spartacus” Andre Schurrle told about the attitude to the Second world war. His words leads “CHempionata”.

The player said that not so much attention to what is happening around. “A glimpse on TV has seen the images of the parades on red square, not more. If in Russia the events of the world from year to year, remember, that in Germany they’d like to forget — like a dark, heavy period in the history of the country,” he said.

Schürrle said that the Germans had long realized their mistakes and have since become other — more friendly and welcoming. In his opinion, need to forget about what happened.

Andre Schurrle has passed in “Spartak” in the summer of this year. The player joined the Muscovites on loan until the end of the season 2019/2020.

The midfielder is known for his German “Bayer”, “Wolfsburg” and Dortmund “Borussia”. From 2013 to 2015, the footballer defended the colors of Chelsea. In the German national team, Schürrle became the world champion in 2014. In the asset midfielder 22 goals in 57 games for the team.

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