fan club

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fan club

n
1. an organized group of admirers of a particular pop singer, film star, etc
2. be a member of someone's fan club informal to approve of someone strongly
Translations

fan club

nFanklub m

fan club

nfan club m inv
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His fan base is amazing - creating the most visible fan clubs association from any Nigerian artiste.
Simon Le Bon and co are embroiled in a court wrangle with Chicago-based Worldwide Fan Clubs after the firm allegedly failed to hand over more than PS23,000 in profits.
ly/1sRxoJ8 ) reports that Duran Duran's lawsuit names Glenview-based Worldwide Fan Clubs, Inc.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The ystanbul-based FenerbahE*e football team's fan clubs in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (KKTC) believe that a document which Turkish Cypriot fans signed, promising not to bring any Turkish or KKTC flags to a game in Limassol, Greek Cyprus, will not produce the desired result.
There are very strong indications that criminal organizations are operating inside the fan clubs.
We charge members Dh300 per month and we always talk about what we can keep doing with the money we receive, We are even trying to start a league between all the different fan clubs so we can have matches against each other.
This effort involved governmental regulations of the radio industry, marketing and packaging of musical styles and stars, the creation of fan clubs, and a transnational dialogue with North American culture.
All official fan clubs belong to the Cliff Richard international movement, which means Pauline and the other members have contact with fans from all around the world.
Some of these can be very disturbing: Many hard-core European fan clubs are nationalist, even racist; Belgrade's infamous Red Star fans, for example, formed the core of Arkan's Tigers, a militia devoted to ethnic cleansing.
But soccer fan clubs are said to be furious at the controversial decision.
More than 70 years after Scots creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle died, the fictional pipe-smoking detective has 1000 fan clubs dedicated to him.
For the classic indifference of the public to gambling, all you have to do is check out the efforts of the Pete Rose and Shoeless Joe Jackson fan clubs to get their idols into the Baseball Hall of Fame.