After a good start into their third season in the 6th tier, the fans were getting annoyed by only playing against opponents within the area of Berlin. Due to this fact there was no real away journey for the fans since the relegation season.
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Celtic closes Green Brigade section for “safety reasons”
Celtic F.C. has decided to close the 111 section where Green Brigade stand during matches. The section has been closed because of “safety reasons”. According to Celtic, some of the problems have been overcrowding section, 190 broken seats and fans refusing to sit during matches.
Read more on ultras-tifo.net
Another example of a bad communication between football club and their fans. The clubs goes the easiest way and simply close the stand to get rid of “the problem”.
Feyenoord supporters honoured their sick comrade before he died
Here is a very touching and sad story about Feyenoord and its fan Rooie Marck who was diagnosed to live for a week in a worse case. More on there: link
St Pauli takes a stand for gay rights
Fan ownership the alternative to modern football?
An interesting read in the morning star about fan ownership. FCUM get a mention as well. Click here to read the article.
Ticket prices – Premier League vs Bundesliga
Very good article which compares ticket prices in the Premier League and the Bundesliga.
Life as a female supporter
Here is a great read from Stand:AMF about sexism on the terrace. Natasha Bougourd writes about the life as a female supporter and the way she is always treated differently just because she’s got a different gender. A better way for football is a football world which is inclusive and non-judgemental so this is an extremely important topic IMO.
Partizan Minsk – another self-managed football club
Here is a bit of information about a club in Belarus called Partizan Minsk. You can also read more on their website if you speak russian 🙂
“In Belarus there is a very special club. Until 2010 it was called MTZ-Ripo. The club gained international attention not so much by his sporting achievements, but also by the anti-racist commitment of its fans and an active anti-fascist fan culture that was and is unique in Eastern Europe. Today the name of the club is Partizan Minsk and it is a self-managed football club.”
Another article about Partizan Minsk is found here in Belarus Digest. FC United is also mentioned in the article 🙂