Football Funnies: Legia Warsaw fans show dissatisfaction at Champions League ouster with massive banner

A giant banner of a pig displayed by Legia Warsaw fans is seen amid flares after the Polish club was ejected from the Champions League, during their Europa League play-off match against Kazakhstan's Aktobe in Warsaw on Aug 28, 2014. -- PHOTO: REUTERS
A giant banner of a pig displayed by Legia Warsaw fans is seen amid flares after the Polish club was ejected from the Champions League, during their Europa League play-off match against Kazakhstan's Aktobe in Warsaw on Aug 28, 2014. -- PHOTO: REUTERS
A giant banner of a pig displayed by Legia Warsaw fans is seen amid flares after the Polish club was ejected from the Champions League, during their Europa League play-off match against Kazakhstan's Aktobe in Warsaw on Aug 28, 2014. -- PHOTO: REUTERS
A giant banner of a pig displayed by Legia Warsaw fans is seen amid flares after the Polish club was ejected from the Champions League, during their Europa League play-off match against Kazakhstan's Aktobe in Warsaw on Aug 28, 2014. -- PHOTO: REUTERS

Fans of Polish club Legia Warsaw still aren't happy about being kicked out of the Champions League over an administrative error, and showed it during their Europa League match against Aktobe on Friday.

This massive banner was displayed in the stands:

The team had fielded a suspended player during their 6-1 aggregate win over Scotland's Celtic in the third qualifying round of the competition.

The mix-up sent Legia tumbling into the Europa League despite their comprehensive victory, and Celtic into the Champions League play-offs.

Justice was served quickly, though, as Celtic were promptly eliminated by Slovenia's Maribor. Legia, apparently watching on in glee, then tweeted: