Man refers to his hobbies, hunting and watching football matches and racing hockey.
S.G.: In my free time I told you, I’m a fan of hunting. RES.: Yes. S.G.: I’m a fan of fishing, I’m a fan of soccer, I like soccer a lot. RES.: Ah, which team do you support? S.G.: Olympiacos, you? RES.: [Laughs] S.G.: We weren’t saying ‘Olympiacos’, we were never saying ‘Olympiacos’. Olympiacos fans were never saying… ‘Olympiacara’. RES.: [Laughs] You, eeh? S.G.: I like hockey, of course, I like it a lot, I’ve been as far as New York to watch hockey the Canadias. Eh, well, well, instead of soccer, Toronto New York, to Chicago I’ve been to watch Olympiacos. RES.: And hockey then, how did you find it to be compared to sports in Greece, what’s the difference? S.G.: For Greece? Look, it’s a group sport and it’s got some similarities with soccer let’s say, myself, when I had come over here, I knew soccer. Hockey I didn’t know about. The first time I went to watch a hockey game, it was the son of the guy whom we were together at the factory making women’s coats, one day he tells me “Have you got anything to do tonight?”. I tell him “No”. “Do you want he tells me to come and go watch a game?” because I was telling him that I like soccer. RES.: Mhm S.G.: Yes, a game which shares a few similarities, he had two tickets and we went and watched at the old […] we went and watched hockey, I remember Montreal was playing against Detroit, I remember it, I remember it and I liked it there where I went, first the game, I liked that sport.