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2014-12-07 13:45:00

Norway's prime minister visited our stadium

Autor: Kacper Ruszczak Fot. Mateusz Kostrzewa
On Monday, November 17, the prime minister of Norway Erna Solberg visited Warsaw and the Legia stadium, where she met with the Club's owners and coach Henning Berg, the legend of Norwegian football, capped 100 times by the Norway national team.
Erna Solberg's visit to 3 Łazienkowska Street proceeded in friendly atmosphere. The Club's owners Bogusław Leśnodorski and Dariusz Mioduski told the prime minister about how our Club functions and how socially important Legia is in Warsaw and Poland. The head coach Henning Berg was also present during the visit to share the impressions related to his work and stay in Poland.

As it turned out, Erna Solberg is a football fan herself, supporting the Norwegian club Valerenga Oslo. At our stadium she also had a chance to meet the rest of our Norwegian staff - the coach's assistant Pal Arne Johanssen "Paco", head of fitness Geir Kasene and Kazimierz Sokołowski, a Polish coach's assistant who lived in Norway for over 20 years, having worked as assistant manager for Asker Fotball, SFK Lyn Oslo and Sandefjord Fotball.

The prime minister promised that if she only had enough time, she would come to one of Legia home games to witness the amazing atmosphere made by our fans, that she had heard a lot about and read in Norwegian media.

Erna Solberg's visit to Legia was not the first one made by an incumbent prime minister. In 2013 the prime minister of Turkey of that time Recep Tayyip Erdogan came to our stadium to watch the Europa League group stage game between Legia and Trabzonspor. Erdogan in now the president of Turkey.

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