Saturday’s quarter-final has revitalised a sense of community and identity, though some are torn about who to support
Nine-year-old Luca Mullaney was over the moon when Ukraine beat Sweden on Tuesday. The half-Ukrainian boy from Bradford did a series of victory jumps but then stopped dead. “I’ve got a big problem, Grandad,” he said. “Who do I support on Saturday?”
His family are now putting their heads together ahead of the team’s Euro 2020 quarter-final against England. Luca’s mother, Sonia, is thinking she might sew him a top with Ukraine’s colours on one side and England’s on the other. Luca’s cousin has suggested he wear his Ukraine shirt for the first half of the match and his England shirt for the second.
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