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SBD Global/December 13, 2012/Finance
German City Grants Loan To Struggling 3rd League Club VfL Osnabrück
Published December 13, 2012
FANS' CHOICE: The SID also reported insolvent German 3rd League club Alemannia Aachen decided to let its fans set the prices for their individual season tickets for the second half of the schedule. The club's liquidation Managing Dir Michael Mönig said, "We count on the solidarity of our fans." The club did not set a minimum amount. Current season tickets became void when the club opened its insolvency proceedings (SID, 12/12).