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Why Erling Haaland's hat trick on Dortmund debut doesn't count in Germany

Steve Nicol wasn't too surprised by Erling Haaland's debut hat trick to help Borussia Dortmund come back vs. Augsburg.
Steve Nicol weighs up whether Dortmund's Erling Haaland could have had the same immediate impact at Old Trafford.

Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland scored three goals on his Bundesliga debut, but apparently that's not enough for fans in Germany to call it a hat trick...

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German club St. Pauli badge on UK anti-terrorism guide under ' Left Wing Signs & Symbols Aid'

St. Pauli's iconic symbol has been added to the U.K. anti-terrorism watch list
St. Pauli's iconic symbol has been added to the UK anti-terrorism watch list.

The badge of German second tier side St. Pauli has been added to a document of symbols to be wary of which the UK counterterrorism police has distributed to various public sector workers across the country.

Among the other symbols on the list, which the UK government believe represent a possible terror threat, are swastikas and symbols representing Jihadi groups.

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St. Pauli, who are based in the German city of Hamburg, are famous for their left-wing political...

Hertha Berlin coach Klinsmann licence renewed for Bayern clash

Hertha Berlin coach Jurgen Klinsmann has had his coaching licence renewed by the German Football Association (DFB), having potentially been ineligible to lead his team against Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich on Sunday.

In German football, a coaching licence has to be renewed every three years and coaches must undergo 20 hours of training in order to have it renewed. But Klinsmann last coached in the Bundesliga in 2009 before moving to the United States for his role with the USMNT,...