There are lots of ways for fans to express their displeasure with their teams.

There's the tried and true protest, the "Bag Head," and even the rare animal sacrifice.

And now, fans of one European soccer team have taken their displeasure to an entirely new level. According to Suedkurier.com, the fan club for Rapid Wien grew so upset with management after a loss to rival Red Bull Salzburg over the weekend that they piled a wall of bricks in front of the team's offices.

The fans attached a photo of team manager Werner Kuhn with a caption that read, "I'm not allowed in."

As bad as things have gotten for the Miami Marlins this year, at least they haven't reached this level.

(H/T to Deadspin)

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