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DFB apologises for censoring anti-fascist banner

Germany news May 15, 2014
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DFB under fire for censoring banner

Germany news May 13, 2014
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May 15, 2014

DFB apologises for censoring banner

The German FA (DFB) has issued an apology to St. Pauli after partially covering up an anti-fascist banner during the national team's training session at the Millerntor stadium earlier this week.

St. Pauli, a famously left-wing club, has fought against racial and anti-gay prejudice for many years and a longstanding banner on one of the Millerntor's main stands reads: "No football for fascists." 

However, prior to the Nationalmannschaft's training session before Tuesday's 0-0 draw with Poland...

May 13, 2014

DFB under fire for censoring stadium

The DFB has caused public outrage ahead of Germany's international friendly against Poland in Hamburg on Tuesday night.

St Pauli fans protest against homophobia during a game against SC Paderborn 07 last season.
St Pauli fans protest against homophobia during a game against SC Paderborn 07 last season.

Schaaf: Provisional squad
• Honigstein: Technical commitment

Germany will host Poland at Hamburg's Imtech Arena as coach Joachim Loew begins his World Cup preparation without many star players, who are still involved in European club competition.

During a training session at St Pauli's Millerntor-Stadion, the DFB covered up parts of "No foo...