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Łukasz Podolski otworzył własny bar z kebabem (24)

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Pic shows: Lukas Podolski, 31, serving people kebab in a restaurant in Cologne; By Koen Berghuis Former Arsenal star Lukas Podolski has swapped his football boots for an apron - after being spotted working in a kebab shop. The German national star was snapped working behind the counter of a traditional Turkish kebab joint in his hometown of Cologne in Germany. The striker donned a chef hat and a huge kebab knife in skills he has obviously picked up while playing in Turkey for his current club Galatasaray. He went into the food hub to grab some grub with pals and his manager Nassim Touihri, but the local favourite was soon spotted by the owner and asked to come behind the counter to cut his own meat for his dinner. The 31-year-old left Arsenal after becoming frustrated at not regularly being started. He went to the Turkish club where he is now regularly in the starting line-up and has so far netted 16 goals in 36 games. Podolski signed a three-year contract with the Istanbul-based club in July 2015 for an initial fee of 1.8 million GBP, with the Turkish giants paying Arsenal 2.1 million GBP for three consecutive seasons thereafter. Podolski shared snaps of his meaty encounter in Cologne with the caption: "A Turkish afternoon in my city Cologne" much to the delight of fans. One, named ???Fevrakaas???, said: "You do us proud and we love you" while another added: "We heart you. Never go home." And the striker even took the Turkish lingo to the German restaurant. When asked how the meal was, he replied with: "Cok guezel!", meaning 'very good' in Turkish.
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Pic shows: Lukas Podolski, 31, serving people kebab in a restaurant in Cologne; By Koen Berghuis Former Arsenal star Lukas Podolski has swapped his football boots for an apron - after being spotted working in a kebab shop. The German national star was snapped working behind the counter of a traditional Turkish kebab joint in his hometown of Cologne in Germany. The striker donned a chef hat and a huge kebab knife in skills he has obviously picked up while playing in Turkey for his current club Galatasaray. He went into the food hub to grab some grub with pals and his manager Nassim Touihri, but the local favourite was soon spotted by the owner and asked to come behind the counter to cut his own meat for his dinner. The 31-year-old left Arsenal after becoming frustrated at not regularly being started. He went to the Turkish club where he is now regularly in the starting line-up and has so far netted 16 goals in 36 games. Podolski signed a three-year contract with the Istanbul-based club in July 2015 for an initial fee of 1.8 million GBP, with the Turkish giants paying Arsenal 2.1 million GBP for three consecutive seasons thereafter. Podolski shared snaps of his meaty encounter in Cologne with the caption: "A Turkish afternoon in my city Cologne" much to the delight of fans. One, named ???Fevrakaas???, said: "You do us proud and we love you" while another added: "We heart you. Never go home." And the striker even took the Turkish lingo to the German restaurant. When asked how the meal was, he replied with: "Cok guezel!", meaning 'very good' in Turkish.
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Pic shows: Lukas Podolski, 31, serving people kebab in a restaurant in Cologne; By Koen Berghuis Former Arsenal star Lukas Podolski has swapped his football boots for an apron - after being spotted working in a kebab shop. The German national star was snapped working behind the counter of a traditional Turkish kebab joint in his hometown of Cologne in Germany. The striker donned a chef hat and a huge kebab knife in skills he has obviously picked up while playing in Turkey for his current club Galatasaray. He went into the food hub to grab some grub with pals and his manager Nassim Touihri, but the local favourite was soon spotted by the owner and asked to come behind the counter to cut his own meat for his dinner. The 31-year-old left Arsenal after becoming frustrated at not regularly being started. He went to the Turkish club where he is now regularly in the starting line-up and has so far netted 16 goals in 36 games. Podolski signed a three-year contract with the Istanbul-based club in July 2015 for an initial fee of 1.8 million GBP, with the Turkish giants paying Arsenal 2.1 million GBP for three consecutive seasons thereafter. Podolski shared snaps of his meaty encounter in Cologne with the caption: "A Turkish afternoon in my city Cologne" much to the delight of fans. One, named ???Fevrakaas???, said: "You do us proud and we love you" while another added: "We heart you. Never go home." And the striker even took the Turkish lingo to the German restaurant. When asked how the meal was, he replied with: "Cok guezel!", meaning 'very good' in Turkish.
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Pic shows: Lukas Podolski, 31, serving people kebab in a restaurant in Cologne; By Koen Berghuis Former Arsenal star Lukas Podolski has swapped his football boots for an apron - after being spotted working in a kebab shop. The German national star was snapped working behind the counter of a traditional Turkish kebab joint in his hometown of Cologne in Germany. The striker donned a chef hat and a huge kebab knife in skills he has obviously picked up while playing in Turkey for his current club Galatasaray. He went into the food hub to grab some grub with pals and his manager Nassim Touihri, but the local favourite was soon spotted by the owner and asked to come behind the counter to cut his own meat for his dinner. The 31-year-old left Arsenal after becoming frustrated at not regularly being started. He went to the Turkish club where he is now regularly in the starting line-up and has so far netted 16 goals in 36 games. Podolski signed a three-year contract with the Istanbul-based club in July 2015 for an initial fee of 1.8 million GBP, with the Turkish giants paying Arsenal 2.1 million GBP for three consecutive seasons thereafter. Podolski shared snaps of his meaty encounter in Cologne with the caption: "A Turkish afternoon in my city Cologne" much to the delight of fans. One, named ???Fevrakaas???, said: "You do us proud and we love you" while another added: "We heart you. Never go home." And the striker even took the Turkish lingo to the German restaurant. When asked how the meal was, he replied with: "Cok guezel!", meaning 'very good' in Turkish.
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Pic shows: Lukas Podolski, 31, serving people kebab in a restaurant in Cologne; By Koen Berghuis Former Arsenal star Lukas Podolski has swapped his football boots for an apron - after being spotted working in a kebab shop. The German national star was snapped working behind the counter of a traditional Turkish kebab joint in his hometown of Cologne in Germany. The striker donned a chef hat and a huge kebab knife in skills he has obviously picked up while playing in Turkey for his current club Galatasaray. He went into the food hub to grab some grub with pals and his manager Nassim Touihri, but the local favourite was soon spotted by the owner and asked to come behind the counter to cut his own meat for his dinner. The 31-year-old left Arsenal after becoming frustrated at not regularly being started. He went to the Turkish club where he is now regularly in the starting line-up and has so far netted 16 goals in 36 games. Podolski signed a three-year contract with the Istanbul-based club in July 2015 for an initial fee of 1.8 million GBP, with the Turkish giants paying Arsenal 2.1 million GBP for three consecutive seasons thereafter. Podolski shared snaps of his meaty encounter in Cologne with the caption: "A Turkish afternoon in my city Cologne" much to the delight of fans. One, named ???Fevrakaas???, said: "You do us proud and we love you" while another added: "We heart you. Never go home." And the striker even took the Turkish lingo to the German restaurant. When asked how the meal was, he replied with: "Cok guezel!", meaning 'very good' in Turkish.
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Pic shows: Lukas Podolski, 31, serving people kebab in a restaurant in Cologne; By Koen Berghuis Former Arsenal star Lukas Podolski has swapped his football boots for an apron - after being spotted working in a kebab shop. The German national star was snapped working behind the counter of a traditional Turkish kebab joint in his hometown of Cologne in Germany. The striker donned a chef hat and a huge kebab knife in skills he has obviously picked up while playing in Turkey for his current club Galatasaray. He went into the food hub to grab some grub with pals and his manager Nassim Touihri, but the local favourite was soon spotted by the owner and asked to come behind the counter to cut his own meat for his dinner. The 31-year-old left Arsenal after becoming frustrated at not regularly being started. He went to the Turkish club where he is now regularly in the starting line-up and has so far netted 16 goals in 36 games. Podolski signed a three-year contract with the Istanbul-based club in July 2015 for an initial fee of 1.8 million GBP, with the Turkish giants paying Arsenal 2.1 million GBP for three consecutive seasons thereafter. Podolski shared snaps of his meaty encounter in Cologne with the caption: "A Turkish afternoon in my city Cologne" much to the delight of fans. One, named ???Fevrakaas???, said: "You do us proud and we love you" while another added: "We heart you. Never go home." And the striker even took the Turkish lingo to the German restaurant. When asked how the meal was, he replied with: "Cok guezel!", meaning 'very good' in Turkish.
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Pic shows: Lukas Podolski at his kebab shop. Former Arsenal star Lukas Podolski's new kebab shop has been targeted by online critics after he publicly supported a bizarre stunt by fans of his home-town team. The German national star, who currently plays for Japanese outfit Vissel Kobe, recently opened his own kebab shop in his home town of Cologne, with hundreds of fans queuing for a doner or an autograph. Podolski however not only hit news headlines with his kebab shop but also with a controversial social media post about a recent match of his big love FC Cologne, where he began his career. Last weekend saw FC Cologne beating local rivals Borussia Moenchengladbach 2-1, although most attention was on a bizarre hooligan stunt during half time. Fans of FC Cologne disguised themselves as stewards and managed to steal a banner from rival supporters, to the great amusement of the home crowd. Podolski cheered the action and wrote to social media: "Derby winners, three points, banner, what more do you want." Gladbach fans were however outraged about Podolski's provocation and decided to hit back at his newly opened kebab shop Mangal Doner. Thousands of rival fans went on social media to rate Podolski's kebab shop with a single star. One Gladbach fan wrote: "The meat was unfortunately completely green. The garlic sauce tasted lightly acid with a hint of aftertaste of Koelsch [Cologne's traditional beer]. "One could smell the failing hygiene of the shop all the way in Berlin." The deluge of negative ratings was so great that Podolski was forced to deactivate the rating function. The 32-year-old striker took the battle with Moenchengladbach fans however with a sense of humour and even managed a dig back. Podolski said: "Some Gladbach fans are clearly frustated. Thanks for your ratings. One star is however still better than zero points." (ends)
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Pic shows: People waiting in front of Podolski's kebab shop. Former Arsenal star Lukas Podolski's new kebab shop has been targeted by online critics after he publicly supported a bizarre stunt by fans of his home-town team. The German national star, who currently plays for Japanese outfit Vissel Kobe, recently opened his own kebab shop in his home town of Cologne, with hundreds of fans queuing for a doner or an autograph. Podolski however not only hit news headlines with his kebab shop but also with a controversial social media post about a recent match of his big love FC Cologne, where he began his career. Last weekend saw FC Cologne beating local rivals Borussia Moenchengladbach 2-1, although most attention was on a bizarre hooligan stunt during half time. Fans of FC Cologne disguised themselves as stewards and managed to steal a banner from rival supporters, to the great amusement of the home crowd. Podolski cheered the action and wrote to social media: "Derby winners, three points, banner, what more do you want." Gladbach fans were however outraged about Podolski's provocation and decided to hit back at his newly opened kebab shop Mangal Doner. Thousands of rival fans went on social media to rate Podolski's kebab shop with a single star. One Gladbach fan wrote: "The meat was unfortunately completely green. The garlic sauce tasted lightly acid with a hint of aftertaste of Koelsch [Cologne's traditional beer]. "One could smell the failing hygiene of the shop all the way in Berlin." The deluge of negative ratings was so great that Podolski was forced to deactivate the rating function. The 32-year-old striker took the battle with Moenchengladbach fans however with a sense of humour and even managed a dig back. Podolski said: "Some Gladbach fans are clearly frustated. Thanks for your ratings. One star is however still better than zero points." (ends)
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Pic shows: People waiting in front of Podolski's kebab shop. Former Arsenal star Lukas Podolski's new kebab shop has been targeted by online critics after he publicly supported a bizarre stunt by fans of his home-town team. The German national star, who currently plays for Japanese outfit Vissel Kobe, recently opened his own kebab shop in his home town of Cologne, with hundreds of fans queuing for a doner or an autograph. Podolski however not only hit news headlines with his kebab shop but also with a controversial social media post about a recent match of his big love FC Cologne, where he began his career. Last weekend saw FC Cologne beating local rivals Borussia Moenchengladbach 2-1, although most attention was on a bizarre hooligan stunt during half time. Fans of FC Cologne disguised themselves as stewards and managed to steal a banner from rival supporters, to the great amusement of the home crowd. Podolski cheered the action and wrote to social media: "Derby winners, three points, banner, what more do you want." Gladbach fans were however outraged about Podolski's provocation and decided to hit back at his newly opened kebab shop Mangal Doner. Thousands of rival fans went on social media to rate Podolski's kebab shop with a single star. One Gladbach fan wrote: "The meat was unfortunately completely green. The garlic sauce tasted lightly acid with a hint of aftertaste of Koelsch [Cologne's traditional beer]. "One could smell the failing hygiene of the shop all the way in Berlin." The deluge of negative ratings was so great that Podolski was forced to deactivate the rating function. The 32-year-old striker took the battle with Moenchengladbach fans however with a sense of humour and even managed a dig back. Podolski said: "Some Gladbach fans are clearly frustated. Thanks for your ratings. One star is however still better than zero points." (ends)
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Pic shows: People waiting in front of Podolski's kebab shop. Former Arsenal star Lukas Podolski's new kebab shop has been targeted by online critics after he publicly supported a bizarre stunt by fans of his home-town team. The German national star, who currently plays for Japanese outfit Vissel Kobe, recently opened his own kebab shop in his home town of Cologne, with hundreds of fans queuing for a doner or an autograph. Podolski however not only hit news headlines with his kebab shop but also with a controversial social media post about a recent match of his big love FC Cologne, where he began his career. Last weekend saw FC Cologne beating local rivals Borussia Moenchengladbach 2-1, although most attention was on a bizarre hooligan stunt during half time. Fans of FC Cologne disguised themselves as stewards and managed to steal a banner from rival supporters, to the great amusement of the home crowd. Podolski cheered the action and wrote to social media: "Derby winners, three points, banner, what more do you want." Gladbach fans were however outraged about Podolski's provocation and decided to hit back at his newly opened kebab shop Mangal Doner. Thousands of rival fans went on social media to rate Podolski's kebab shop with a single star. One Gladbach fan wrote: "The meat was unfortunately completely green. The garlic sauce tasted lightly acid with a hint of aftertaste of Koelsch [Cologne's traditional beer]. "One could smell the failing hygiene of the shop all the way in Berlin." The deluge of negative ratings was so great that Podolski was forced to deactivate the rating function. The 32-year-old striker took the battle with Moenchengladbach fans however with a sense of humour and even managed a dig back. Podolski said: "Some Gladbach fans are clearly frustated. Thanks for your ratings. One star is however still better than zero points." (ends)
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Former Germany soccer player Lukas Podolski stands in a kebab restaurant in Cologne, Germany, Saturday, Jan. 6, 2018. Former Germany, Arsenal and Bayern Munich star Lukas Podolski has unveiled a new project: a kebab restaurant in his longtime home city of Cologne. News agency dpa reported that Podolski spokesman Sebastian Lange said about 1,000 fans turned up Saturday to the opening of Mangal Doener, some arriving more than five hours early. (Henning Kaiser/dpa via AP)
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Former Germany soccer player Lukas Podolski greets guests in a kebab restaurant in Cologne, Germany, Saturday, Jan. 6, 2018. Former Germany, Arsenal and Bayern Munich star Lukas Podolski has unveiled a new project: a kebab restaurant in his longtime home city of Cologne. (Henning Kaiser/dpa via AP)
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COLOGNE, GERMANY - JANUARY 06 : German footballer Lukas Podolski poses for a photo with a doner knife as he opened up a Doner Kebab Restaurant called "Mangal Doner" with two other partners in Cologne, Germany on January 06, 2018. Mesut Zeyrek / Anadolu Agency
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Lukas Podolski bei der Er?ffnung seines D?ner-Restaurants Mangal D?ner am Clodwigplatz. K?ln, 06.01.2018 *** Lukas Podolski at the opening of his kebab restaurant Mangal shawarma on 01 Clodwigplatz Cologne 06 2018 Foto:xJ.xKrickx/xFuturexImage
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Lukas Podolski bei der Er?ffnung seines D?ner-Restaurants Mangal D?ner am Clodwigplatz. K?ln, 06.01.2018 *** Lukas Podolski at the opening of his kebab restaurant Mangal shawarma on 01 Clodwigplatz Cologne 06 2018 Foto:xJ.xKrickx/xFuturexImage
imago ist zur Vergabe einer einfachen Nutzungslizenz zum Zeitpunkt der Bereitstellung berechtigt. Pers?nlichkeits- und Markenrechte sowie Bestimmungen des Urheberrechts bzgl. abgebildeter Werke sind zu beachten. Kommerzielle Nutzung in Eigenverantwortung.
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Lukas Podolski bei der Er?ffnung seines D?ner-Restaurants Mangal D?ner am Clodwigplatz. K?ln, 06.01.2018 *** Lukas Podolski at the opening of his kebab restaurant Mangal shawarma on 01 Clodwigplatz Cologne 06 2018 Foto:xJ.xKrickx/xFuturexImage
imago ist zur Vergabe einer einfachen Nutzungslizenz zum Zeitpunkt der Bereitstellung berechtigt. Pers?nlichkeits- und Markenrechte sowie Bestimmungen des Urheberrechts bzgl. abgebildeter Werke sind zu beachten. Kommerzielle Nutzung in Eigenverantwortung.
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Koeln Mangal Doener Eroeffnung mit Lukas Podolski an der Bonner Str. 1 / Chlodwigplatz Koeln *** Cologne Mangal of Dad opening with Lukas Podolski at Chlodwigplatz Cologne Bonn str 1 Copyright: xBenjaminxHorn/xEibner-Pressefotox EP_bhorn
imago ist zur Vergabe einer einfachen Nutzungslizenz zum Zeitpunkt der Bereitstellung berechtigt. Pers?nlichkeits- und Markenrechte sowie Bestimmungen des Urheberrechts bzgl. abgebildeter Werke sind zu beachten. Kommerzielle Nutzung in Eigenverantwortung.
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Koeln Mangal Doener Eroeffnung mit Lukas Podolski an der Bonner Str. 1 / Chlodwigplatz Koeln *** Cologne Mangal of Dad opening with Lukas Podolski at Chlodwigplatz Cologne Bonn str 1 Copyright: xBenjaminxHorn/xEibner-Pressefotox EP_bhorn
imago ist zur Vergabe einer einfachen Nutzungslizenz zum Zeitpunkt der Bereitstellung berechtigt. Pers?nlichkeits- und Markenrechte sowie Bestimmungen des Urheberrechts bzgl. abgebildeter Werke sind zu beachten. Kommerzielle Nutzung in Eigenverantwortung.
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Koeln Mangal Doener Eroeffnung mit Lukas Podolski an der Bonner Str. 1 / Chlodwigplatz Koeln *** Cologne Mangal of Dad opening with Lukas Podolski at Chlodwigplatz Cologne Bonn str 1 Copyright: xBenjaminxHorn/xEibner-Pressefotox EP_bhorn
imago ist zur Vergabe einer einfachen Nutzungslizenz zum Zeitpunkt der Bereitstellung berechtigt. Pers?nlichkeits- und Markenrechte sowie Bestimmungen des Urheberrechts bzgl. abgebildeter Werke sind zu beachten. Kommerzielle Nutzung in Eigenverantwortung.
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Koeln Mangal Doener Eroeffnung mit Lukas Podolski an der Bonner Str. 1 / Chlodwigplatz Koeln *** Cologne Mangal of Dad opening with Lukas Podolski at Chlodwigplatz Cologne Bonn str 1 Copyright: xBenjaminxHorn/xEibner-Pressefotox EP_bhorn
imago ist zur Vergabe einer einfachen Nutzungslizenz zum Zeitpunkt der Bereitstellung berechtigt. Pers?nlichkeits- und Markenrechte sowie Bestimmungen des Urheberrechts bzgl. abgebildeter Werke sind zu beachten. Kommerzielle Nutzung in Eigenverantwortung.
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Bilder des Tages Koeln Mangal Doener Eroeffnung mit Lukas Podolski an der Bonner Str. 1 / Chlodwigplatz Koeln *** Cologne Mangal of Dad opening with Lukas Podolski at Chlodwigplatz Cologne Bonn str 1 Copyright: xBenjaminxHorn/xEibner-Pressefotox EP_bhorn
imago ist zur Vergabe einer einfachen Nutzungslizenz zum Zeitpunkt der Bereitstellung berechtigt. Pers?nlichkeits- und Markenrechte sowie Bestimmungen des Urheberrechts bzgl. abgebildeter Werke sind zu beachten. Kommerzielle Nutzung in Eigenverantwortung.
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Bilder des Tages Koeln Mangal Doener Eroeffnung mit Lukas Podolski an der Bonner Str. 1 / Chlodwigplatz Koeln *** Cologne Mangal of Dad opening with Lukas Podolski at Chlodwigplatz Cologne Bonn str 1 Copyright: xBenjaminxHorn/xEibner-Pressefotox EP_bhorn
imago ist zur Vergabe einer einfachen Nutzungslizenz zum Zeitpunkt der Bereitstellung berechtigt. Pers?nlichkeits- und Markenrechte sowie Bestimmungen des Urheberrechts bzgl. abgebildeter Werke sind zu beachten. Kommerzielle Nutzung in Eigenverantwortung.
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Koeln Mangal Doener Eroeffnung mit Lukas Podolski an der Bonner Str. 1 / Chlodwigplatz Koeln *** Cologne Mangal of Dad opening with Lukas Podolski at Chlodwigplatz Cologne Bonn str 1 Copyright: xBenjaminxHorn/xEibner-Pressefotox EP_bhorn
imago ist zur Vergabe einer einfachen Nutzungslizenz zum Zeitpunkt der Bereitstellung berechtigt. Pers?nlichkeits- und Markenrechte sowie Bestimmungen des Urheberrechts bzgl. abgebildeter Werke sind zu beachten. Kommerzielle Nutzung in Eigenverantwortung.
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Koeln Mangal Doener Eroeffnung mit Lukas Podolski an der Bonner Str. 1 / Chlodwigplatz Koeln *** Cologne Mangal of Dad opening with Lukas Podolski at Chlodwigplatz Cologne Bonn str 1 Copyright: xBenjaminxHorn/xEibner-Pressefotox EP_bhorn
imago ist zur Vergabe einer einfachen Nutzungslizenz zum Zeitpunkt der Bereitstellung berechtigt. Pers?nlichkeits- und Markenrechte sowie Bestimmungen des Urheberrechts bzgl. abgebildeter Werke sind zu beachten. Kommerzielle Nutzung in Eigenverantwortung.
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