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Liene Ozoliņa

past several decades (Wedel 1998; Babb and Fourcade-Gourinchas 2002; Hilgers 2012). Mathieu Hilgers speaks of the international lending by the IMF and WB as a process of (re)producing relations of dominance. On institutional measures imposed by international organisations in exchange for loans, Hilgers argues, such treatments impose a relationship that reinforces mechanisms of material and symbolic domination between creditor and debtor. Responses to the crisis, rather than questioning the neoliberal utopia, consist of corrective measures that seek to make the

in Politics of waiting
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Mark Doidge, Radosław Kossakowski, and Svenja Mintert

, 2018) or FC United of Manchester (Brown, 2008; Millward and Poulton, 2014). Others have established localised organisations to protest specifics of their clubs, such as club ownership at Liverpool and Manchester United (Millward, 2011; 2012), corruption in Croatian football (Perasović and Mustapić, 2018) or, in the case of a group of Leeds United fans, racism and fascism (Thomas, 2010). There is a slow movement towards the formation of national and international organisations to campaign and lobby on behalf of fans, such as FSE, BAFF in Germany, the FSA in England

in Ultras