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St Pauli

 By Uli Hesse

Football still more than just a game at St. Pauli

Bayern's march towards the Bundesliga title took another step at the weekend as they beat Hoffenheim 2-0.

Four-and-a-half years ago, I was in St. Pauli to research an 8,000-word article about the club and its famous support for the Swedish magazine "Offside".

Some of you may know the piece, because the English-language version later appeared in issue zero of "The Blizzard". If so, you'll remember that I met a lot of pleasant people, not to mention interesting characters, and had a great time.

The mood was excellent and the atmosphere was electric during those warm, sunny days in August 2010, when...

 By Chris Wright

St. Pauli players score after five seconds despite not taking the kick-off

What's faster than the "Route One" approach in football? Why, the "Route Zero" approach of course, wherein a given team simply go all out and take an instant pot-shot at goal directly from kick-off, usually resulting in the concession of a slightly embarrassing goal-kick/throw-in.

There are several examples of the direct approach paying off, with several teams scoring in under 10 seconds after catching the opposing keeper unaware directly from the first whistle.

However, we think St Pauli's reserve...

Borussia Dortmund see off St. Pauli, Werder Bremen beat Chemnitzer

Borussia Dortmund set aside their Bundesliga troubles with a 3-0 win at St. Pauli in the second round of the DFB-Pokal.

Dortmund, last season's beaten finalists, were looking for relief after losing their last four league games, and the visitors started strongly against the second-division side in Hamburg.

Ciro Immobile, who arguably had a good goal ruled out for offside early on, opened the scoring in the 33rd minute. Kevin Grosskreutz cut the ball back and Shinji Kagawa helped it on for the Italy...

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,...