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Red Bull Salzburg (RBS) face Wiener Neustadt in their fight to retain the Bundesliga leadership.
RBS – who beat Kapfenberg away from home 1-0 last Saturday – host Peter Stöger’s team tomorrow (Weds). Former leaders Rapid Vienna will play against Wiener Neustadt.
Mattersburg are up against Austria Vienna who are managed by former Austrian national team star Ivica Vastic tonight. Mattersburg garnered one point on Saturday by playing 1-1 against Rapid in Vienna.
Ried will play against ex-Mattersburg captain Dietmar Kühbauer’s FC Admira tomorrow. FC Admira managed to beat Sturm 2-0 on Sunday. The match Sturm against Wacker Innsbruck will complete the Football Bundesliga’s 26th round.
The Austrian Bundesliga table after 25 rounds:
Red Bull Salzburg, 41 points
Rapid Vienna, 39
Austria Vienna, 39
FC Admira, 37
SV Ried, 36
Sturm Graz, 33
Wacker Innsbruck, 32
Wiener Neustadt, 28
SV Mattersburg, 27
» Sports 2012-05-31
Peter StÃ¶ger will manage FK Austria Vienna from next season, it has emerged.
» Sports 2012-05-30
Ricardo Moniz might leave Red Bull Salzburg (RBS).
» Sports 2012-05-22
Red Bull Salzburg (RBS) have won the Ã–FB Cup.
» Sports 2012-05-18
FK Austria Vienna will not compete in the Europa League next season.
» Sports 2012-05-17
Christian Thonhofer and Ragnvald Soma will leave Rapid Vienna at the end of this season, club officials announced today (Thurs).
» Sports 2012-05-15
The future of Ricardo Moniz as coach of Red Bull Salzburg (RBS) is uncertain despite the teamâ€™s latest triumph.
» Sports 2012-05-11
Kapfenberg will be relegated at the end of this season.
» Sports 2012-05-02
Red Bull Salzburg (RBS) have reached the Ã–FB Cup final.
» Sports 2012-05-01
Rapid Vienna have managed to remain a serious contender for the Bundesliga title by beating SV Ried on Sunday.
» Sports 2012-04-27
FK Austria Vienna are under pressure against Wacker Innsbruck tomorrow (Sat).
Salzburg Social Democrats Lose Case Against Finanzbuddha
The social-democratic party (SPÃ–) in Salzburg has had to make a public apology on its website after it lost a legal battle against the financial advisory company Finanzbuddha in the context of the financial scandal that has hit the region.
Water quality tests in lakes
The bathing lake next to the motorway in Wals-Viehhausen (Flachgau) has one of the worst water qualities. A test showed that there is a high amount of bacteria in the lake.
Drunk man drives 40 km on wrong side of road
An intoxicated Slovenian man drove 40 km on the wrong side of the Tauernautobahn motorway (A10) on Tuesday night. A courageous lorry driver stopped the Slovenian when the man stopped to urinate.
Tyrol lowest regional unemployment level in EU
In comparison to European regions, Tyrol and Salzburg have the lowest regional unemployment. Most unemployment occurs in the regions of Spain and Greece.
Salzburg coalition talks begin
A significant majority of the Green Party decided to start coalition talks with the Ã–VP last evening (Wed). Negotiations about a new state government will start today. Team Stronach will also take part in the talks.
Baumgartner tax row
The tax proceedings of the extreme sportsman Felix Baumgartner are still underway. Mr Baumgartner told the Austria Press Agency that he asked the Independent Finance Senate (UFS) to resolve his case.
Record visitor numbers at Salzburg Whitsun Festival
The Whitsun Festival in Salzburg has set a new record of visitors and revenue. Cecilia Bartoli, a popular soloist and the artistic director of the festival, was particularly popular.
Football manager Adi HÃ¼tter charged with tax evasion
The manager of the football team SV Scholz GrÃ¶dig (Salzburg state), which will be promoted the Austrian Premier League, will have to go to court this week. He is accused of tax evasion and of having cooperated with the architect Markus Voglreiter.
Experts recommend considering breast amputation well
Experts from Salzburg warn against the radical step of a breast amputation. The debate started last week, when Hollywood Star Angelina Jolie announced that she had her breasts removed out of fear of breast cancer.
Police raid dairy headquarters
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