Soccer fans of Juventus Turin celebrate at Berlin Alexanderplatz before the soccer Champions League final between Juventus Turin and FC Barcelona in Berlin, Germany, Saturday, June 6, 2015. (AP Photo/Gero Breloer)
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The thousands of Barcelona and Juventus fans streaming into Berlin's Olympic Stadium for the Champions League final later Saturday were confident the showpiece would knock the FIFA scandal off the front pages and out of people's minds.The hordes in high spirits from Spain and Italy blanketed the German capital Saturday, many easily identifiable in their team colors. Adrian Adell, a 25-year-old pharmacist proudly wearing Barcelona's blue and maroon colours in front of the stadium, said the Champions League final was the only thing that mattered Saturday.Barca fan Omar Trevino, a 37-year-old manager at Airbus in Hamburg, defended outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter.Ralf Rodemayer, a technician from Zell am See in Austria, has been a Barca fan for 20 of his 26 years.
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