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Swiss Axpo Super League

The Swiss Super League, also known as the Axpo Super League, is the top football league in Switzerland. It was created in 1897, and it consists of 10 teams playing with a promotion/relegation system. Top teams are guaranteed place in various European competitions, whereas low teams face relegation into the Challenge League.

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Top Scorers

S. Gashi Basel 11 0
B. Sadik Thun 8 4
Y. Chikhaoui Zürich 7 3
M. Schneuwly Luzern 7 0
D. Chiumiento Zürich 6 0
M. Dabbur Grasshopper 6 0
F. Etoundi Zürich 6 0
Y. Tafer St. Gallen 6 0
A. Chermiti Zürich 5 2
B. Embolo Basel 5 0
R. Nuzzolo Young Boys 5 1
R. Steffen Young Boys 5 0
M. Streller Basel 5 0
A. Bunjaku St. Gallen 4 0
D. Cavuševic St. Gallen 4 0

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Simpson works on comeback in soccer after devastating injury
Victoria Times Colonist
The compound leg break of Simpson's left fibula and tibia occurred at Basel on May 23, 2012, in the final game of the Swiss Axpo Super League season. The Island soccer pro won't be back with FC Young Boys of Bern, or the Canadian national team, until ...
Greece launches tender to assess pipeline for Cypriot and Israeli gas
... non-Russian gas project is one to ship Azeri natural gas from the Shah Deniz field, which has become a contest between the Nabucco West project into Austria, led by OMV and the Trans Adriatic Pipeline into Italy, led by Switzerland's AXPO and Statoil.
TAP could doom Europe's Nabucco gas pipeline plan
Its shareholders are led by Swiss AXPO and Statoil, which has a stake in the Azeri gas fields. The business case for the two appears relatively balanced. Nabucco would be estimated to cost less than $8 billion with one Azeri expert reckoning TAP would ...
Potential internationals performances
The Göteborg based team was relegated to the second Swedish league and now Jankulovski continues at this but in future he will be an assistant coach. Jankulovski played once for the national team of Sweden, in a friendly against Norway 12 years ago and ...
BP, Socar and Total to buy 50% of Trans-Adriatic Pipeline
TAP, being developed by Norway's Statoil, Switzerland's Axpo and Germany's EON SE, beat out competition from the OMV AG- led Nabucco West project for the right to export 10 billion cubic meters of Azeri gas a year to Europe. The fuel will flow to the ...
TAP Gas Through Greece to EU
Greek Reporter
TAP's shareholders are Swiss AXPO (42.5%), Norway's Statoil (42.5%) and Germany's E.ON Ruhrgas (15%). Shah Deniz Consortium members have the option to join TAP, if it is indeed selected on June 28 as the gas transportation route to Europe.
Slap my pitch up! Watch Sion midfielder Serey Die vent his frustration on a ...
Frustrated by the ball boy's 'sluggishness' in returning the ball to the players during the preceding 90 minutes, Die marched over to the youngster at the final whistle and slapped him in the face. Die is facing a lengthy ban, with the Swiss Football ...
Massimo Busacca appointed as Head of FIFA Refereeing Department
He also took charge of the UEFA Champions League final in 2009, the UEFA Cup final in 2007 and the UEFA Super Cup in 2010. In addition, he also refereed more than 250 matches in the Swiss top flight, the AXPO Super League. Busacca, who is 42, ...
Macedonian internationals performances
Goran Pandev and teammates celebrate after the second Napoli goal; photo: Yahoo!Goran Pandev provided an assist to help Napoli win the Italian Cup, Mario Gjurovski and Filip Timov added two goals apiece for their respective clubs, Adis Jahovic netted ...
The Top 15 Leagues in Europe
Porto have suffered an 11% decline despite winning the league last season – perhaps people are simply just getting bored with success. The Top 15 ... Switzerland continues to see a boom in attendances with the average up by over 27% this season. Young ...
AFCON 2015

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