“Following” Deportivo over land and sea

4 Dec

It’s easy to watch footballmatches of your favorite footballteam on television. Sitting down in a lazy chair, drinking a few beers… It sounds like a hell to me. I live for following “my” team Fortuna Sittard everywhere they play.

But some times, fans have no other chance than watching matches on television. Like for Sergio and Alberto (Spain) bor example. They’re both Deportivo La Coruna fans. They normally attend to matches in the stadium. Now, because of their studies in Bulgaria, they have to watch the matches on tv. And this is the way how they survive, experience a Deportivo match.

3 Responses to ““Following” Deportivo over land and sea”

  1. Ferry L December 9, 2011 at 10:38 am #


  2. melodygilbert01 December 11, 2011 at 12:58 pm #

    Fun to see the fans suffering while watching the match in an AUBG dorm room!


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