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FC Copenhagen repeats at Danish champion
May 10th, 2007 7AM

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FC Copenhagen clinched back-to-back Danish Super League titles when it beat Broendby, 1-0, on Wednesday to extend its lead over second-placed FC Midtjylland to 13 points with four games to play.

Swedish international Marcus Allback scored the only goal with a close-range header in the 33rd minute for Copenhagen, which won its sixth title since the club was formed from the merger of KB and Boldklubben 1903 in 1992.

Allback is one four Swedes, along with Tobias Linderoth, Fredrik Berglund and Oscar Wendt, who form the nucleus of the team.

FC Copenhagen can secure a double when it play Odense in the Danish Cup final on May 17.

2007 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS:
Albania: Tirana
Austria:
Red Bull Salzburg
Croatia: Dinamo Zagreb
Cyprus: APOEL
Denmark: FC Copenhagen
England: Manchester United
France: Lyon
Greece: Olympiakos
Italy: Inter Milan
Luxembourg: Dudelange
Malta: Marsaxlokk
Moldavia: Sheriff
Netherlands: PSV
Romania: Dinamo Bucharest
Scotland: Celtic
Serbia: Red Star



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