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Thursday, 10 April 2014

St. Pauli.

The notorious skull and crossbones standard isn't a sop to the city of Hamburg's seafaring past, but rather a homage to one of the area's most famous sons: FC St. Pauli, often described as the most left-wing team in the world. In the 1980's the clubs supporters were admired for their progressive ideals while the rest of European soccer was mired in racism and violence. The supporters were never interested in success, only wanting to compete with and beat the best.

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