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UEFA Corrupt and Racist

American singer, Daniel Cook, who is already known to the Albanian public with his version of the excellent and unusual song ‘ striped doublet ‘, came out with another song Albanian motivated.

The decision outraged by UEFA after the game Serbia-Albania, he knitted an epic song with guitar in the style of folk rhapsodies. The song is titled “Eleven men ‘(Eleven Men), whose original text have below.

Eleven men set out across the northern borders
To represent their people in a game
Through the physical skill and competition of football
They hoped to elevate their nation’s name

But when they all arrived their race was not let through the doors
They met the opposition of a stadium in force
And with 4000 guns employed to keep them in their skin
Eleven brave men had to begin

Before a goal was ever scored the air grew full of hatred
And cries of “kill Albanians” rang out in Serbian tongue
Eleven men alone inside an overcrowded stadium
Who came to play a game and not to damage anyone

Then over the walls came flying an automated drone
Flying symbols of Albania above the heaving dome
A double headed eagle soaring high upon the wind
Likely sent by those who could not enter in

Down upon the field the fans attacked with brutal force
A rain of glass and chairs and even fireworks were hurled
The violence ascended as the crowd pressed hard upon them
Eleven football players up against a hateful world

They fled to safety battered, but they all left with their lives
The game was terminated at a zero zero tie
But the violent tale spread out into the corners of the world
And all awaited what would be unfurled

A weeks deliberation by the authorities ensued
To award a victory after the angry feud
The decision that was finally made should not shock me alone
The victory goes to defending Home

A victory for violence, a victory for hatred
A victory to show the world how racists are rewarded
And though you may be tempted to believe it’s just a game
You should wonder if the victims feel the same



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