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Podolski keenly answers customers' questions at his ice cream shop and is involved “right up to the design of the ice cream sundaes," Lange said.
The part-time restaurateur - who currently plays for Vissel Kobe, a professional Japanese football club - had for two years previously played for Turkish football club Galatasaray.
The restaurant, Mangal Döner, is the former Germany, Arsenal and Bayern Munich star's latest business venture in the city he still calls home.
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His time in Istanbul has given him a taste for things, Lange said.
"In addition to the culture, he got to know many culinary specialities and likes them very much." Podolski was born in Poland and grew up in Cologne.
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He also organizes and sometimes attends a football camp for young children in Cologne every summer.
newspaper over whether he, as a professional athlete, was setting a bad example by running ice cream and kebab businesses, Podolski responded that he had no concerns: "As an athlete, you'll burn an ice cream for dessert or a kebab in around 10 minutes." He added: "Opening a five-star restaurant isn't my style — I'm not the type that wears a suit." 'I believe in miracles' Podolski also talked up the chances that his beloved hometown club FC Cologne, with whom he enjoyed two successful spells as a player, could avoid relegation and remain in the Bundesliga next season. I'm calling on all the fans and the city to support the team as long as it's possible [to stay in the Bundesliga].
() Cologne's European adventure ended on a freezing night in Belgrade with a 1-0 defeat to Red Star.
Interim coach Stefan Ruthbeck's injury-hit squad simply didn't have the quality to convert their chances.
Podolski currently plays for Japanese side Vissel Kobe, but is back in Cologne receiving treatment for a thigh injury.