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Banause-Zunft zu Olte (Corporate)
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Banause-Zunft zu Olte translates as the Philistines' Guild from Olten and the explanation is that this was formed in 1964 in Olten - a town in central Switzerland. Whilst Banause translates as philistine, it's really a humorous and exaggerated way of saying fuddy-duddy or pompous. Zunft means 'Guild' and the club tends to look upon itself as a large self-supporting family that undertakes charitable works, satirical reviews and the odd drink.
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