Møller Dæhli: "It just shouldn't be like that anymore"
Homosexuality in football remains a taboo subject. Marcel Gisler's film Mario, in which the club features, offers an impressive insight into the fears and problems experienced by gay footballers. The Boys in Brown were invited to the German premiere in Hamburg last Tuesday and the film continued to play on their minds for days afterwards. Before the home game against SV Sandhausen, we spoke to Mats Møller Dæhli about it.
ALLAGUI AND BUCHTMANN SECURE STOPPAGE TIME WIN OVER SANDHAUSEN
What a finish! A late, late rally saw FC St. Pauli to a 3-1 win over SV Sandhausen in front of another sell-out crowd at the Millerntor on Sunday afternoon. Dimitrios Diamantakos gave his side a 17th minute lead, only for Kevin Behrens to restore parity on 73. But injury-time strikes from substitute Sami Allagui and Christopher Buchtmann sealed a dramatic victory at the death.
"SAMI AND HENK WON IT FOR US" – THE POST-MATCH REACTION
The Boys in Brown extended their unbeaten run with a 3-1 win over SV Sandhausen – thanks to two late goals from Sami Allagui and Christopher Buchtmann. Only natural, then, that the mood in the camp was ecstatic after the final whistle.
BOYS IN BROWN DETERMINED TO EXTEND UNBEATEN RUN AGAINST SANDHAUSEN
Seven points from the last three games have seen the Boys in Brown climb from 11th in the table to sixth. On Sunday, they will looking to extend that unbeaten run at home against SV Sandhausen, who have made their worst start to a campaign in seven years in the second division.
KAUCZINSKI: "WE WANT TO MAKE THE FANS HAPPY"
With seven points from three games, FC St. Pauli have every reason to be satisfied with their haul from a busy spell of fixtures. Before signing off for the international break, the Boys in Brown entertain SV Sandhausen at the Millerntor. Today, head coach Markus Kauczinski spoke to the Hamburg media about Sunday's game.
ST. PAULI PASSION EARNS DESERVED POINT AT HSV
In the first local derby since February 2011, the Boys in Brown secured a goalless draw at Hamburger SV on Sunday afternoon. A 57,000 sell-out crowd saw a hard-fought contest that was low on highlights and deservedly ended all square.