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epa04372952 Legia's supporters light fireworks before the UEFA Europa League play-off round soccer match between Legia Warsaw and FK Aktobe, in Warsaw, Poland, 28 August 2014. Legia Warsaw was disqualified from the Champions League competition by the UEFA for fielding suspended soccer player Bartosz Bereszynski during the UEFA Champions League third qualifying round second leg soccer match between Celtic Glasgow and Legia.  EPA/Bartlomiej Zborowski POLAND OUT

Die Anhänger von Legia Warschau demonstrierten mit einem Transparent und viel Pyro. Bild: EPA/PAP

Choreo der Legia-Fans

Schweine können fliegen – zumindest in Warschau

Mit dem Gesamtskore von 6:1 fegte Legia Warschau in der Champions-League-Qualifikation Celtic Glasgow aus dem Bewerb. Bis die Polen wegen eines Wechselfehlers disqualifiziert wurden. Gestern zeigten ihre Anhänger, was sie von diesem UEFA-Entscheid halten.

Alles nur wegen ein paar Minuten. Legia Warschau führte gegen Celtic Glasgow nach 178 von 180 Minuten mit dem Gesamtskore von 6:1 (4:1-Sieg im Hinspiel, 2:0-Führung im Rückspiel). Da wechselte der Coach mit Bartosz Bereszynski einen Spieler ein, der für die Champions-League-Qualifikation keine Spielberechtigung besass. Die UEFA wertete die Partie deshalb mit 3:0 forfait, Celtic kam aufgrund der Auswärtstore-Regelung weiter.

Gegen den kasachischen Vertreter Aktobe schaffte es Legia Warschau nun immerhin, sich für die Europa League zu qualifizieren (Gesamtskore 3:0). Vor dem Rückspiel zeigten die Fans des polnischen Traditionsklubs, was sie vom Forfaitentscheid der UEFA halten – wenig. (ram)

«Es kommt nicht auf den Fussball an, das Geld regiert» – Die Choreo der Legia-Warschau-Fans

epa04372765 Balloons with a pig motive and which read 'Fuck UEFA' in the stands for Legia's supporters at the Stadium Pepsi Arena prior to the UEFA Europa League play-off round soccer match between Legia Warsaw and FK Aktobe, in Warsaw, Poland, 28 August 2014. Legia Warsaw was disqualified from the Champions League competition by the UEFA for fielding suspended soccer player Bartosz Bereszynski during the UEFA Champions League third qualifying round second leg soccer match between Celtic Glasgow and Legia.  EPA/Bartlomiej Zborowski POLAND OUT

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epa04372764 Balloons with a pig motive and which read 'Fuck UEFA' in the stands for Legia's supporters at the Stadium Pepsi Arena prior to the UEFA Europa League play-off round soccer match between Legia Warsaw and FK Aktobe, in Warsaw, Poland, 28 August 2014. Legia Warsaw was disqualified from the Champions League competition by the UEFA for fielding suspended soccer player Bartosz Bereszynski during the UEFA Champions League third qualifying round second leg soccer match between Celtic Glasgow and Legia.  EPA/Bartlomiej Zborowski POLAND OUT

Bild: EPA/PAP

epa04372963 Legia's supporters hold balloons with a pig motive and which read 'Fuck UEFA' during the UEFA Europa League play-off round soccer match between Legia Warsaw and FK Aktobe, in Warsaw, Poland, 28 August 2014. Legia Warsaw was disqualified from the Champions League competition by the UEFA for fielding suspended soccer player Bartosz Bereszynski during the UEFA Champions League third qualifying round second leg soccer match between Celtic Glasgow and Legia.  EPA/Bartlomiej Zborowski POLAND OUT

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Legia Warsaw fans display a giant banner of a pig, referencing the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), after the Polish soccer club was ejected from the Champions League, during their Europa League playoff soccer match against Kazakhstan's Aktobe in Warsaw August 28, 2014. Legia beat Celtic 6-1 on aggregate in their third qualifying-round tie, but they failed to take their place in the playoff round after UEFA ruled they had fielded an ineligible player. The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) last week turned down Legia's request for provisional measures which would have allowed them to play in the Champions League playoff round pending an appeal.     REUTERS/Przemek Wierzchowski/Agencja Gazeta (POLAND - Tags: SPORT SOCCER CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. POLAND OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN POLAND. THIS PICTURE IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS

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A giant banner of a pig displayed by Legia Warsaw fans is seen amid flares after the Polish soccer club was ejected from the Champions League, during their Europa League playoff soccer match against Kazakhstan's Aktobe in Warsaw August 28, 2014. Legia beat Celtic 6-1 on aggregate in their third qualifying-round tie, but they failed to take their place in the playoff round after the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) ruled they had fielded an ineligible player. The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) last week turned down Legia's request for provisional measures which would have allowed them to play in the Champions League playoff round pending an appeal.     REUTERS/Przemek Wierzchowski/Agencja Gazeta (POLAND - Tags: SPORT SOCCER CIVIL UNREST) ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. POLAND OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN POLAND. THIS PICTURE IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS

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