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 By Chris Wright

St Pauli send fake coach to unveiling of Marvin Ducksch

German second-tier side St Pauli are a club who have forged themselves a well-earned reputation for doing things a little differently during the years, regularly hitting the headlines for their unorthodox approach.

The club's latest stunt saw them send along an imposter to the unveiling ceremony of new signing Marvin Ducksch.

The chap in question appeared wearing a mask of head coach Ewald Lienen as the 62-year-old was otherwise engaged and unable to attend the event in person.

 By Chris Wright

FC St. Pauli become first German club to sell their own honey

FC St. Pauli have once again cemented their reputation as one of the most socially and ecologically conscious football clubs in existence by producing their own line of in-house honey. Yes, you read that correctly. We promise we're not pollen your leg here.

The German second-tier side are seeking to raise awareness of bee deaths by installing hives at their stadium and selling the resultant honey via their official club store.

It seems that the club are positively buzzing about their new enterprise,...

 By PA Sport

Lennart Thy signs with Werder Bremen after rejecting St Pauli deal

Lennart Thy is returning for a second stint at Werder Bremen.

Lennart Thy is to return to Werder Bremen in the summer after turning down St Pauli's offer of a new contract.

The 24-year-old, who played for Bremen between 2007 and 2012 before moving to the second-tier club, will return on a free transfer when his current deal at St Pauli expires.

He has signed a three-year contract with Bremen.

"We are really pleased to have been able to convince Lennart Thy to return to Werder," said Bremen's general manager Thomas Eichin.

"He's a very interesting player who...

Wolfsburg and Leverkusen lead opposition to St Pauli TV cash plan

St Pauli CEO Andreas Rettig has suggested a change to TV revenue distribution in Germany.

St Pauli have proposed that clubs failing to adhere to the Bundesliga's "50+1 rule" should receive a smaller share of TV revenue.

The German FA (DFB) introduced the 50+1 rule in the late 1990s after changing its rules to allow private ownership of its clubs, which had previously been owned exclusively by members' associations.

The rule stipulates that a club must hold a majority of its own voting rights in order to obtain a playing licence from the German Football League (DFL), but exceptions...

German clubs to wear 'refugees welcome' logo, St Pauli raise questions

German fans were among the first in Europe to raise awareness for the ongoing refugee crisis.

The German Football League (DFL) has announced that clubs in the country's top two divisions will wear a "refugees welcome" logo on their left sleeve this weekend.

However, not all 36 teams have agreed to join the campaign, which was initiated by the nation's biggest tabloid Bild, with the traditionally left-wing club St Pauli saying it preferred other means of support for the cause.

German football clubs and fans have played a leading role in raising awareness for the ongoing refugee crisis.

Reaching...