When Israel met Wales in the European Cup qualifier at the weekend, it was a classic dilemma for Philip Kaye of Cardiff. Which team would Israel's honorary consul in Wales support?
A Cardiff City season-ticket holder for nearly 50 years - who has the goals from its old Ninian Park stadium in his garden - he flew out for the game on the same flight as the Welsh squad.
"It was good to see so many of the Cardiff community going, as well as quite a few expats out there," said Mr Kaye (above with Wales's Gareth Bale).
When Wales last qualified for a major tournament, the 1958 World Cup, they beat Israel along the way.
"I was born and bred in Wales, I work and act for Israel, I was torn," he said. "But my main feeling was to cheer on Wales."