Kazim has played a part in all of Turkey's games so far, three of which have been quite incredible comebacks, with the opening game being a 2-0 defeat to Portugal.
They have since come from a goal down to beat Switzerland, two goals down (and in just 15 minutes) to beat the Czech Republicc 3-2, and in their quarterfinal, with it 0-0 deep into extra time, Croatia took the lead with just two minutes to go, time enough for Semih Senturk to volley home a stunning leveller, after which the Turks emerged victorious on penalties.
"Anything is possible on Wednesday," said Kazim Kazim, formerly of a handful of lower league English clubs, but now of Turkish giants and Champions League quarterfinalists Fenerbahçe. "We've shown we don't give up until the final whistle.
"I had 20 friends and family watching the Croatia game. If they gave me 100 tickets I'd have 100 watching against Germany."
Chet Winter, Goal.com