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Topic - Derek Gatopoulos
Derek Gatopoulos, AP's man in Greece, reports that there is a surprising number of Scottish people in Wroclaw.
"Curiously a lot of Scots are in the city in football shirts and kilts, even though they are not in the competition. So Tartan Army meets the Spartan Army," he says.