Netherlands recover smile thanks to the massive reception of his fans.
Netherlands on Tuesday recovered the lost smile after the dat against Spain in World Cup final, thanks to the thousands of fans and cheered again flooded the streets of Amsterdam dressed in orange to celebrate the homecoming of the selection. Since the morning, a relentless stream of fans wearing wristbands, shirts, hats and scarves worn by the selection color took positions along the canals,, sto credits, forming an orange trail pulse returned to the capital of the Netherlands. "Welkom" (Welcome), "Feliciteert" (Congratulations) and "Bertje!" are the words that rang in his mouth most of the fans: "Bertje is the nickname we give the coach (Bert van Marwijk) is a joke because we Dutchman" Biertje "(beer) before taking a good shot," explained Addy, one of, ffxiv gil, the fans.
Bertje is the nickname we give to the coach
Another big star of the party was the rree Howard Webb, in charge of the final whistle, which appeared in several T-shirts printed in a poster of "search and arrest." "I get a red card to Holland and did not dare do the same, aika gold, with Puyol, so now enemy number one in the country," said Patrick, another amateur. They begin to be heard cries of emotion, sound the vuvuzela and orange smoke flares to get the boat sailing in the Holland squad down channel, when the furor erupted between fans who jalean to your choice. Not only the 23 tulips crowd gave a bathroom, if not the most animated fans did not hesitate to take a dip to the health of the runners in the world in this hot day. The area around the central Plaza Museum hours had collapsed by the thousands of people staged an explosion of emotion before the arrival of the players, at which time a real party began when thousands of throats chanting at a time " Netherlands, Holland. "
The coach and fans remained serioJugadores smile recovered, all but the mister, who remained serious and silent after his squad in the background.
The electronic music was the finishing touch to the fiestaRodeado by their comrades, who wore around his neck his silver medals, the team captain Giovanni van Bronckhorst, took the microphone to thank the crowd for their unconditional support despite the disappointment of Sunday as Sneijder handed out beers to the players. The electronic music was the perfect finale to a festival that marks the end of three days of thrills in the Netherlands, but not the dreams of the country "oranje" to win the elusive World Cup.