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Genoa ultras causing scenes 0-4 down at home to Siena, demanding the players give their shirts to the crowd as they're not fit to wear them.

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St Pauli 3-0 Hansa Rostock :D

No Rostock fans allowed into the Millerntor and in response to that USP boycotted the game.

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St Pauli 3-0 Hansa Rostock :D

No Rostock fans allowed into the Millerntor and in response to that USP boycotted the game.

Beautiful. St Pauli!!!

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Sooo, over in Italy...

Delio Rossi, (ex) Fiorentina manager attacks his own player on the bench! Madness.

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Apparently Delio Rossi is a 'mild-mannered' man. Wonder what Ljajic said that made Rossi jump out like that.

In other news, Real Madrid and Ajax both won their respective country's league titles. Congratulations to both.

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Sooo, over in Italy...

Delio Rossi, (ex) Fiorentina manager attacks his own player on the bench! Madness.

Lets hope Delio Rossi doesn't come across Matt Mills in his future managerial appointments!

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Apparently Delio Rossi is a 'mild-mannered' man. Wonder what Ljajic said that made Rossi jump out like that.

Apparently he sarcastically clapped and gave Delio Rossi the thumbs up when he subbed him.

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Koln fans taking relegation well................

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJxCn3zYZjI

And somehow we still have a reputation for violent fans? Relegation is met with no more than a shrug of the shoulders or even polite applause in england.

Maybe one day our fans will be praised not just in england but the rest of europe and maybe our own police force will stop their antiquated notion of what football fans are and how they behave.

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Juve 1 up and Inter take the lead in the Milan Derby.

Stays the same and Juventus win the league.

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Juve won 2-0, and Inter left it late to win 4-2 which means Juve have their 28th league title.

Bet Inter loved denying their rivals the title.

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Juventus are also unbeaten all season. Avoid defeat next week and that is a cracking effort.

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Recently Dider Zokora was racially abused by Emre, he admitted it and got a two game ban. Yes, two games.

Then he came up against Zokora the other day and this was the outcome...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=nK4e3qi1X3Y

Only a yellow card, too! Got him.

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lol lol awesome. Doesn't even bother pretending he's going for the ball really.

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Hertha-BSC-Fortuna-Duesseldorf.jpg

Fortuna Düsseldorf close to promotion to the Bundesliga, the first stint back in the top flight in 15 years.

They beat a shockingly bad Hertha BSC Berlin away (!) 2-1, after being 1-0 down at half-time.

Berlin did their best to assist Fortuna - Ramos scored an own goal.

2nd game is in Düsseldorf on Tuesday.

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I can see Rene Girard and a lot his players being headhunted from Montpellier in the summer.

Especially Belhanda and Giroud.

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And Borussia Dortmund have secured the double. For the very first time in the club's history.

Beat Gayern 5-2 today, in a game in which the Bavarian outfit hardly ever had a chance.

Tremendous attacking display, Lewandowski alone scored three out of the five goals for Borussia.

As for Gayern, there's always the Champions League final... lol

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In France, the three promoted teams that will play in Ligue 1 next season are Bastia, Reims and Troyes.

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In France, the three promoted teams that will play in Ligue 1 next season are Bastia, Reims and Troyes.

Really pleased SDR will be in Ligue 1 next season. :trumpet:

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Really pleased SDR will be in Ligue 1 next season. :trumpet:

Historically, Stade de Reims are a very important and well-known address in French football. Had a cracking team back in the 50ies and 60ies, attracting some of France's finest footballers.

So glad they're now back to where they belong. Hopefully, Nantes, Metz and Monaco can follow at one point soon.

Reims are certainly more sympathetic than PSG (founded in 1970, I think), who've thrown their money around like crazy.

I hope Montpellier can secure the title tonight with a win against Lille - they really deserve that one.

In other news, the Turkish champs have also been crowned.

Galatasaray2.jpg

Galatasaray drew the last match of the new Championship group format at Fenerbahçe (the first four teams had to play each other twice again after 34 regular season games).

It's a new system that has many Turkish fans scratching their heads - why, if not just for monetary reasons, play another six games after the main season has ended?

Galatasaray would've won anyway, there was a nine-point gap between them and Fenerbahçe at the end of the season.

Because this is Turkey and because it's between two arch rivals, the decisive result caused quite some commotion:

http://football.thestar.com.my/2012/05/13/fans-and-police-clash-as-galatasaray-win-title/

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