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    Turks in Stockholm Celebrated Turkish Champion's Win


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     theoyes says the group of Turkish Super League fans grew rapidly as they cheered around Stockholm’s Sergel’s Square in honor of Turkey's recent football victory. 'It started with few young men and got bigger and bigger, they were exited and overjoyed. After a while women, children and old people joined the crowd with drums, trumpets, and some were even lighting fire-crackers,' he says. The festivities eventually called the attention of the police, he adds. 'The police came after the crowd became out of control running around the square. People were singing in the Turkish language, praising the winning club,' he says.
    - Jareen, CNN iReport producer

    Turkish community of Stockholm town celebrated the victory of Galatasaray club which won Spor Toto Super Finals and the 2012 champion of Turkey. The Fans made such a big scene with fire, drums, trumpets, honking their cars down town at Sergel's square here in Stockholm yesterday evening (May 12, 2012). There were more than hundreds fans of Galatasaray club who occupied the square at least for an hour to express their joy and happiness over this victory.
    The tie between Galatasaray and Fenerbahçe in the sixth and the last week of the Spor Toto Super Finals ended in a 0 – 0 draw at the Şükrü Saraçoğlu Stadium Saturday evening on May 12. With this tie Galatasaray finished the 2012 football season with 48 points and became the champion

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