媽媽我要趕快畢業再去一趟波蘭:

他選神戶時就有種會全家帶過來的感覺⋯⋯

gracefully insane:

有这样的两封告别信,其实还有什么所求呢?

  

虽然早已明白不用为他们的感情再去找什么定义,但这两封信仍然更加坚定了我的想法。关于他们俩,想说的很多,又难以开口,就放在心里吧。

  


  

今晚久别逛汤,看到好多东西,小小整理一下。

  

一颗疑似旧糖放最前面:

  


截图来源不明。

  
  
   

图中说的是,猪和《体育图片报》的关系经年来一直不太好。《体育图片报》记者Christian Falk几年前在一个报道(cover story,封面故事)中将猪形容成一个mini-boss(小霸王?),随后猪在拜仁的新闻发布会上指名道姓进行了反击,称这名记者为说谎者、混蛋等等。《体育图片报》的另一名专栏作家、拜仁砖家Raphael Honigstein在tournament开始前搞了一篇文章“足球上帝的终结”出来,描述猪“过于缓慢”“不知变通”,无法适应瓜的战术体系,却灵活到会搞派对来活跃队里的气氛,还说没人比他更擅长于在一场胜利后对摄影机闪耀笑容了。

   
  
  

(关于tournament,因为不了解这张截图的时间确切为什么时候,所以无法确认。我本来以为世界杯不会被称作tournament,作者又一直在讲瓜,所以还猜是不是欧冠?却发现FIFA就是这么叫的:Olympic Football Tournament Rio 2016。结合下面的糖,我猜测就是指的里约世界杯。)

  

话说这嘴真的好贱啊……

  

那么重点来了。Christian Falk就是波在巴西德国队基地推下游泳池的记者。截图报道怀疑这是有预谋的、为自己沉默的朋友报仇的一推。

  

……喂这也太狗血了吧。

  

倒是一条转发对波的解读我觉得很好玩。

  
  
   

Oh. My. God. I didn’t know about the reporter being an asshole, I thought it was just Poldi being Poldi. But this makes so much sense! Imagine if Basti had done that himself. People probably wouldn’t have been happy with him, as a co-captain he shouldn’t be so childish right? Also remember that time Poldi defended Löw about that…. not very pretty thing? He could make that joke, because he’s Poldi. He could push that reporter in the pool, because he’s Poldi, it’s what he does, it’s okay.

People say Schweini became Schweinsteiger and grew up and Poldi just stayed the way he was, still such a childish idiot, prankster, maskottchen. But Lukas actually uses that image. He can do stuff the responsible guys can’t, stuff the kids can’t do either, he protects them that way. He makes jokes about it, puts the attention on himself and away from whoever he’s trying to protect. Wow. Just wow. How did I not figure this out before? Lukas Podolski isn’t just the joke guy. He’s a genius.    
  
  

因为波是波,他一直以来的形象都像是长不大的孩子、调皮鬼,所以他可以利用这样的形象做一些别人不能做的事情,转移关注,保护他想保护的人。妥妥的大智若愚。

  

我觉得还是有一定道理的。

  

Anyway,这就是个花边新闻,看过笑笑就好~

  

这条有趣的转发+源发布点这里

  


  

然后是今年11 FREUNDE对波的采访的部分英译(source

  
  
   

“Who wants to make appointments with footballers usually has to get in touch with managers and press people countless times. But not with Lukas Podolski, who is now bidding farewell to the German NT. He happily texted with our colleagues several times and, after a few minutes, we had a meeting settled.

   

(…)

   

“We have a problem”, Lukas Podolski texts. “I lost my car keys.” After that message, he puts the monkey emoji that covers its eyes. For a moment, we panic. Should we send a cab to rescue the player who got lost in the eight biggest city in the world? (…) “I’m on my way”, Podolski texts, followed by his trademark emoji he’s known for: Thumbs up. Phew. Did he really lose his keys? Did his teammates pull a prank on him? Or did be pull a prank on us? All three options would fit the man who significantly shaped the evolution of the German NT, from a sad and bitter bunch to a group of sympathetic lads. Philipp Lahm was the brain of the German National Team, Bastian Schweinsteiger its face, Per Mertesacker the good conscience - but “Poldi” has always been the heart and the soul of the team.

   

(…)

   

When his feet touches the pitch of Dortmund’s Westfalenstadion on March 22, for many people in the stands and in front of the TV, it will feel like something has irrevocably ended. For some it’s their childhood, for others their youth, for all of them the era after the stumbly football and before the “laptop coach” generation. Football without calculation, that lived of fun and emotion.

   

“Maybe the people like me because I got the mentality of a street footballer”, Podolski says as he arrives a few minutes later, throws his cap on the table and puts his keys inside. “It all started on the Bolzplatz, I played with my mates, that’s still inside me.”
Of course that’s it. But it’s also something else. People often say that he talks his mind straight away, but that’s not true. He chooses his words wisely and tries to avoid to say everything that could be categorized. If you ask him about a goal that was special or an important moment in his NT career, he could choose the easy path. “Of course the first match, the first goal are always special”, he starts before adding: “But these are the typical phrases every footballer uses. I don’t want to put my finger on something, because they’ll make a story out of it again, like: ‘Poldi says this or that goal gave his career a boost.’ I’m not the type of person that picks one specific moment of my life and says: That was the deciding moment of my life or my career.”

   

But only ten minutes after the habitual avoiding answer, one of many, Podolski starts to rant unusually for his standards. The subject switches to the wide spread opinion that he got his farewell match two years too late. Shouldn’t he have put his NT jersey down after the World Cup in Brazil, just like his companions Lahm, Mertesacker and Miroslav Klose? Why did he do that to himself, travelling to the Euros as a bench warmer? Whoever asks those questions hasn’t understood the phenomenon that is Poldi.
“I didn’t think about retiring in 2014 for a single moment”, he says. “I was still in the mood to play. That’s simply in my blood. And I was always up to play for the NT. So it doesn’t matter when I sit on the bench.” Podolski doesn’t smile anymore. The emoji we need now is that which gets a red head in anger. Then he keeps explaining.
“There are 80 million Germans, but only 22, 23 get called up for an international match”, he says. “When I’m allowed to be one of those, why should I complain? People expect that you’re angry and should complain when you don’t play. I see it completely calmly. I came to Germany with my family when I was two years old. We lived in an one-room-flat, I played in the streets. And now I’m about to have 130 caps played! I was able to lift the World Cup trophy! What should I be angry about then? Up until today, I enjoy every minute I can spend on the pitch, in a game or during training. And I’ve enjoyed every minute at the national team.” That’s what people love Podolski for: he is one of the few in this business of vanity that see don’t take themselves as the most important. Maybe he’s even the only one. Even though he was so important.“

   
  
  

不知道有没有空翻一下,我觉得亮点很多。

  


  
  
  

最后,据说波会带着全家去日本,但是汤主引的原链接我打不开惹,存疑吧。毕竟这语言壁垒、生活环境、教学环境也太不一样了吧。我表示怀疑。

  

倒是欧美波粉有在猜测,他去日本除了竞技方面的原因,也带着想营销自己品牌的想法。哈哈哈哈哈哈哈不愧是营销狗~

 
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    他能这么做,只是因为,他是波多尔斯基那一段被感动了
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    他選神戶時就有種會全家帶過來的感覺⋯⋯

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