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S DCERKOU a maskotem mistrovství světa.

He will cheer in the gardens, according to Riga footballer Marish

“It is a pity that the spectators still cannot play,” he says from the Baltic states. In the spring, he hoped the situation would allow.

“Our club owns his home in the winter stadium. We were looking forward to going there, but unfortunately,” adds the 30-year-old midfielder.

Latvians are concerned about the Coronavirus. In the country of nearly two million people, the number of infected people averages 500 people in one day.

“It’s sad that even the hockey tournament will be without an audience. It’s not like that in town, outside fans are missing. Yes, you see something going on here, but there are no crowds,” he describes the atmosphere. In recent days, he has gone to the stadium where the Czechs train.

“My daughter and I took a picture of the mascot, which is Skippy hedgehog,” said the player who has worked in Slavia, Mlada Boleslav and Teplice.

However, they claim that the hockey tournament would be a great holiday for Latvians. “They experience it, a lot of people wear their shirts here. During the week we went to the neighbors for the barbecue, they told them how happy they were,” Marish adds a new personal experience.

There are no protests like Japan against the Summer Olympics. Of the country that was originally supposed to host the tournament with Belarus, “Latvians are proud to host the tournament, but after the problems of the neighboring dictatorship, it will eventually host it on their own,” he said.

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“I expect that when the tournament begins, at least people will cheer in the restaurant gardens. They have big screen TVs everywhere, and they are ready for that,” says Marish, a native of Chodova Plana.

By the way – this is where the parents of hockey player Peter Svoboda lived. In the time of Nagano, there was a lot of fun in a small town in Western Bohemia.

“I was very young. But I remember it was big. The next day, everyone was in front of the house,” he smiled.

And not far from here, in Mariinsky Lazne, two Czech actors Jerry Sika and Jacob Flick began playing hockey, but he does not know them personally.

He adds, “A neighbor from Chudovka played with them in the pupils.” He himself has a positive attitude towards hockey.

“I watch every tournament and I support the Czech national team. We even have a party with which we go on the ice once a week in the winter. It is my second sport,” revealed the left-footed footballer, who has been playing for the RFS Riga team since January, It is currently the leading team in the Latvian League.

He will visit the Czech Republic sometime in November, when the Latvian League ends. Until then, his home will be Riga. If the situation allows, he may also meet Czech hockey players.