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Centralising emotions in football fandom
Mark Doidge
Radosław Kossakowski
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Svenja Mintert

an atmosphere without humans involved. Emotions or affect are not free-floating, waiting for humans to pluck them from their environs, but are constituted within the body in interaction with others. The lack of bodily analysis of emotions is also exhibited in Doidge’s (2015a) exploration of Italian football and the ultras. He frequently alludes to emotion, but does not use it as a central tool of analysis. He describes the emotional presentation of football on Italian television but fails to analyse how emotion contributes to the commercial and political

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