Sunday, September 02, 2007

The All Blacks in Marseille...

They have landed on the continent! The All Blacks attended a Welcoming ceremony outside the city hall in front of about 1,500 people (at the same time Marseille soccer team was playing against Paris -this match is a huge even for the soccer fans, that's why everybody was a bit surprised that there were so many people to welcome the All Blacks...) They are a living myth and you can't do anything against that... They are to stay 11 days in the Phocean-city. Misc pictures from today's arrival in Marseille (the pictures are not in the right order sorry!) and the ceremony as the referees are in Tignes (French Alpes) My World cup diary has started : ****
Ayé, ils sont arrivés a Marseille!!! Les All Blacks ont donc assisté à une cérémonie de bienvenue sur le Vieux Port où le maire JC Gaudin leur a remis à chacun une médaille de la vie (il me semble) devant une petite foule (alors qu'au même moment se déroulait "le classico" PSG-OM...les joueurs étaient étonnés d'avoir fait autant d'effet -sous entendu faire louper le match aux Marseillais) Et oui, c'est ca aussi le mythe des All Blacks. Les néo zélandais restent 11 jours dans la cité Phocéenne.
Photos d'aujourdh'ui a Marseille pour les joueurs alors que les arbitres sont a Tignes (les photos des joueurs ne sont pas dans l'ordre -dsl)
J'ai débuté mon journal de la Coupe du Monde :

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