Die Welt: Orbán leads Hungary as a football team

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Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán leads his country much like he might lead a football team, employing strategies that would suit a playing field, German online news portal Die Welt reported yesterday.

In an article entitled “His village, his field”, writer Boris Kalnoky writes about Orbán’s life story in great detail, claiming that his decisions are determined by his village-minded upbringing and football-centric mentality.

The writer also notes that the stadium of Felcsút, Orbán's  hometown, has a capacity to host twice as many spectators as the population of the village itself.

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