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Partisan

Describing any measure or policy that draws support from only one political party. For example, in the United States, a bill drawing support only from Democrats or only from Republicans may be said to be partisan. The term can also be used to describe to the act of rigidly supporting only the interests of one's own party.
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A comeback began to brew, Augsburg keeping defenders near the halfway line as Partizan tried to barricade their goal.
A likely drawback for BeE-iktaE- in the Partizan match is its temporary home stadium, AtatE-rk Olympic Stadium, which the club's fans only filled to the brim for the Champions League qualifier against Premier League Gunners Arsenal.
There is a two mile ban on alcohol around the Partizan Stadium on derby day and as we travelled to the ground I was baffled by the fact I didn't see one visiting Red Star fan.
Disciplinary proceedings have been opened against FK Partizan for racist behaviour of their supporters, field invasions by supporters, setting-off of fireworks and use of laser pointer," UEFA said.
Pochettino's men were dominating possession but Partizan were looking dangerous, with their first chance coming after 15 minutes when Petar Grbic impressively cut inside to square for Danko Lazovic, whose shot was quickly blocked.
Of course you have nothing to lose in this match," the Partizan head coach said.
Following a 1-1 draw in Dublin last week, Shamrock held Partizan to an identical score in Belgrade, with Pat Sullivan's long-range volley forcing extra-time, before Stephen O'Donnell's penalty, seven minutes from time, sent Michael O'Neill's side through to the group stage, where they will face, among others, Tottenham Hotspur.
Partizan Belgrade won the Serbian title last term, whilst Montenegro have rocketed up the Fifa rankings and represent the greatest threat to England's hopes of automatic qualification for Euro 2012.
London, Jun 29 (ANI): Manchester City has been asked to pay nine million pounds to get centre-back Stefan Savic from Partizan Belgrade.
Bulgarian head coach Lothar Matthaus has dispelled any rumours that he might join Serbian football club Partizan Belgrade, saying that he has a contract with Bulgaria until 2014 which he intends to see through, media reports said on May 25 2011.
Tonight's Game of the Week is just the fifth showdown ever between Partizan Belgrade and Montepaschi Siena.
A 28-year-old French football fan has died in a Belgrade hospital after being injured in violence ahead of a Europa League match between Partizan Belgrade and Toulouse earlier this month.