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How the hell can football teams be socially responsible? Well, some have always been, some want to be, and others pretend to be. So who's who?
A change in Germany’s pandemic strategy means that some stadiums are at full capacity, with masks no longer obligatory. Though some groups have criticized the new concept, fans are returning after a 19-month-absence.
In the wake of the floods in Germany, help has been arriving. In addition to the emergency services, local aid organizations and other volunteers, football fans have been using their organizational abilities to help out.
With the pandemic exposing football's financial frailties, former St Pauli and German Football League boss Andreas Rettig has joined calls for reform. Speaking to DW, he says the answer is not to be found in England.
German second division club St. Pauli have asked police why they have appeared alongside jihadi and far-right groups on a UK counterterrorism guide. The club are renowned for their activism and their fans are baffled.
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