World Cup: – Newspaper: Anxiety in the World Cup city

World Cup: – Newspaper: Anxiety in the World Cup city
  • Switzerland – Norway at 16.20

In the hockey-mad Czech Republic, the puck was dropped at the World Cup this weekend. For Norway, Mads Zuccarello and Patrick Thoresen are both involved, and it is expected to be a tough battle to maintain their place in Group A.

-We must be realistic. Maybe preservation is the goal. We are still a small nation against many strong teams. We must be satisfied then. The rest will be a bonus, Zucca adds TV 2.

The WC party starts on Friday and ends with the final on Sunday, May 26. But even before the first disc dropped, many media outlets expressed concern.

During a match between Swiss ice hockey teams Lugano and Freiburg, the referee was inserted a little more than required. Reporter: Kaja Tvetini
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According to the Czech magazine pale There is still a lot of work to be done before the large fan zones are 100 percent complete. Especially the area in Ostrava, where Norway plays its matches, there is a lot not to pay attention to.

Finnish Iltalehti It was reported on Thursday that the off-stadium dining areas in the World Cup-hosting city were not prepared for the intrusion of hockey-crazed supporters. They wrote that the large cube inside the hall was not in place. Slovakian Nocy Cas referred to the whole thing as a “construction site.”

Martin Besta, tournament marketing director, confirms that everything is under control.

-Everything is going according to plan. Preparations are nearing the end. Fan zones open on Friday at 2 p.m., and we ask fans to arrive as early as possible, as there are expected to be queues, Blissak said.

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