Live in the sunshine. Swim in the sea. Dring the wild air.
Fans as family, not customers, and the rise of Dortmund
They’re made of steely stuff, these people, and a few stories in the tabloids and the press didn’t do much to break their nerves. After all, Dortmund almost went bankrupt in 2005, and even when they lost so much – millions of dollars, sponsorships and players – the fans never died down. That’s not their way. No fewer than 70,000 attended the matches following that close encounter with the death penalty, and now, sometimes for as little as €11 per ticket, they can watch a team that’s looking destined for Wembley and has a chance to win a second Champions League title.
I’m on call to be there, one and all to be there
When I fall to pieces, no I don’t know
I’ll be there waiting to be there, to be there…
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