Victor MeldrewNo Fixed Abode One for Stranded. Seeing as there is no segregation in the Bundesliga and opposition fans sit next to each other holding hands.
Football hooliganism is nothing new in Germany, but when violence broke out before a Bundesliga match between two of the top clubs, this was something different.
The stones and bottles thrown and the hate banners displayed by Borussia Dortmund supporters on Saturday exposed a widespread loathing in Germany for a team seen as upstarts, RB Leipzig.
When you look back it is suprising that there wasn't the same type of reaction here when our own upstarts came to the fore with Abramovich taking over.
The loathing was there and probably still is.
It's only money. Much worse things happen in football like wearing t-shirts in support of a racist during a warm up.