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fanbase

(ˈfænˌbeɪs)
n
the body of admirers of a particular pop singer, football team, etc
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However, Lamjarred still has a loyal fanbase. In September 2018, fans launched a petition calling on his former lawyer, Eric Dupond Moretti, to come back and "save Saad's future.
Comprehensive viewing figures are also difficult to pin down, but Formula E says that prior to its final races in Bern and New York, an average of 32.6m people globally had tuned in to watch the previous 10 rounds, suggesting a clear and growing fanbase.
He said: "Over the past 13 years, irrespective of last season's relegation, the ties we've created with the community and the fanbase, the engagement that we've made - especially with the business community - has been incredibly supportive.
Kurz is also excited for his role as he said: "It's an honour to be named as Head Coach of Melbourne Victory, a big club with a strong history, passionate fanbase and true drive for success.
"It's fantastic we've got this growing fanbase because that's always been a big key driver of what we wanted to develop when this project started two or three years ago," the MD told the Express & Star.
"Whether that's in the waiting list, or the match-tomatch fanbase, or away tickets and getting as many fans as we can to experience the team, while at the same time ensuring the fans who've delivered the loyalty Laurie Dalrymple in the past five years - or the five years prior to that, or the 10 years prior to that - when we were operating in the Championship, it's right they get the level of priority and reward that's due to them.
Shortly after the announcement, the group's Saudi Arabian fanbase, collectively referred to as ELFs or Everlasting Friends, quickly took to social media to express their excitement.
"But I don't want to make a big deal of it, not because we have won the tie, but because I have enjoyed the two games we have had here this season - it is a proper football ground and a good fanbase, so one idiot shouldn't spoil it or tarnish that fanbase.
The 'Game of Thrones' as a word mark has been applied and registered in a LOT of classes of goods in the US, from the usual mugs and shirts to video games and home accessories - a deft move by HBO who saw the huge fanbase willing to shell out Golden Dragons for any GoT merchandise.
While he maintains the same technical proficiency on the mic, he has greatly lost touch with his fanbase. Back in the day, his music would dominate airwaves and have a lasting impression.
You can only be a big club if you have this type of fanbase.
"If City want to become as big a club as United or Liverpool and have a huge fanbase in all corners of the world, they would have to keep winning for 25 years and more," Dunne said.