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DARMSTADT, Boyd and Frings invite Barack Obama to one of their games

16.02.2017 18.05 by Claudio Colla  read 2895
Source: twitter.com/sv98

After having discovered Darmstadt 98 are the only European football club followed on Twitter by former USA President Barack Obama, U.S. American international Terrence Boyd (turning 26 today, February 16) invited him to come to Germany and attend a game of theirs. Bundesliga side manager, Torsten Frings, commented "He'd be surely welcome", during his latest press conference.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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