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    Default Some photos from the Poland Vs Germany exhibition match in Warsaw


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    When was this played? I still see the korean coach ...

    Why do they always have some kind of cheerleaders at sporting events in Poland, this time some "exotic" dancer .

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    When was this played? I still see the korean coach ...

    Why do they always have some kind of cheerleaders at sporting events in Poland, this time some "exotic" dancer .
    The coach better do some extra work on services I think - see pic. 93.

    Oh, and the second bit.... it's because this is a rather sexist country I'm afraid. Any excuse possible for hauling a pretty girl in to show off her attributes !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    When was this played? I still see the korean coach ...

    Why do they always have some kind of cheerleaders at sporting events in Poland, this time some "exotic" dancer .
    1/ 04-29-2009, Warsaw. Poland-Germany 4:1: Hubert Paczek - Marc Zwiebler 9:21 20:22, Wang Linling - Lisa Heidenreich 21:7 21:7, Michal Logosz/ Robert Mateusiak - Ingo Kindervater/ Peter Käsbauer 20:22 21:10 21:15, Malgorzata Kurdelska/ Agnieszka Wojtkowska - Sandra Marinello/ Annekatrin Lillie 21:19 21:16, Robert Mateusiak/ Malgorzata Kurdelska - Ingo Kindervater/ Annekatrin Lillie 16:21 21:15 21:19.

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    thanks for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
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    Why do they always have some kind of cheerleaders at sporting events in Poland, this time some "exotic" dancer .
    i hope it would be a start of a new trend

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    i hope it would be a start of a new trend
    Not to worry, it has already spread over Europe: http://esports.lv/amatieru_sports/ga...?show_thumbs#p (although not in badminton unlike in Poland and Russia)
    It's just that most of the time they look like they just came of the set of ... European cheerleading just looks cheap .
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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    i hope it would be a start of a new trend
    i'm afraid the players can't focus and paying attention in their games
    anyway, this should be a good idea especially to promote badminton apart from Asian's country.

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    Was Wang Linling an ex-china player?

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    European cheerleading just looks cheap .
    Very true. Tacky is the word.

    It seems to me that US cheerleader are usually pretty, well-trained college girls (at least it looks that way on TV), whereas the Polish equivalents look like they've just been rounded up from outside the Jerozolimskie Marriot......

    Ah, just call me a dirty old man

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    hey, very good shots! Thanks for your stuff!

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