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Wie die Fans den Crocodiles über Sprade TV helfen

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Björn Jensen
Crocodiles-Cheftrainer Jacek Plachta vermisst die Fans.

Crocodiles-Cheftrainer Jacek Plachta vermisst die Fans.

Foto: Roland Magunia / Roland Magunia / Funke Foto Services

Plattform unterstützt mit einer Preiserhöhung ihres Livestreams Oberligavereine wie die Crocodiles. Das Angebot wird angenommen.

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Preiserhöhung kommt auch den Crocodiles zugute

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Crocodiles-Fans reagieren positiv auf Sprade TV

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