Almanya Kupasına (DFB Pokal) bizim yerimize Schweinfurt kulübü gönderilmişti itirazımız sonucunda mahkeme bizi haklı buldu ve Almanya Kupasında olmaya hak kazandık, rakibimiz Schalke 04 ile ileriki günlerde 1. Tur maçında karşılaşacağız, Taraftarlarımıza duyurulur. #DFBPokal
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Absage im #DFBPokal: #BFV wehrt sich nach Gerichtsentscheid gegen Kritik von #Schalke04 ➡️
BREAKING Schalke's #DFBPokal first round game has been postponed. The decision came after a regional court in Munich ruled that Turkgucu Munich, not Schweinfurt, should have been registered for the competition. #S04FCS
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