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The link for the league, http://stackexchange.com/leagues/week/facebook-stackoverflow points to a "Page Not Found" instead of either Stack Overflow league (which is still not the expected result) or Facebook Stack Overflow league (not sure if it has ever been implemented).

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closed as off-topic by animuson Jun 26 at 22:36

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Dont worry, Panda is safe. – Lucifer Jul 30 '12 at 9:50
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These are not the leagues you're looking for...

Seriously, we shouldn't have shown that link (just as we don't show the top % links in each profile) because the leagues don't make much sense. Given that reputation is not separate inside a subsite (it's the same reputation as on stackoverflow.com), we'd be effectively showing a league of "users with 200+ rep that asked or answered a facebook question"...but with reputation from everywhere on stackoverflow.com (not a value constrained to activity in facebook.stackoverflow.com).

The link will no longer appear on any subsites after the next build.

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