The supporters groups themselves. It consisted of match reports from previous matches and travel information for upcoming matches.
Its still being handed out - just now, in front of the stadium.
But that's besides the point. The fact of the matter is that there is no means of communication with the management and the only interactions between one another are bans and limitations announced by the administration. Which ultimately means that the voice of the supporters in hand can only be heard on match days. Things like the Neuer-saga would never have happened the way they did if the supporters (all of them by the way, not only stadium-goers!) had the opportunity to converse and interact with the chiefs up top.
In short, the relationship between management and supporters continues to become more strained. When the supporters will eventually bang/burst/have had enough, they will react again. And for those supporters that don't quite know or understand the reasoning behind it, they protesters will seem like mindless apes again.
But that's IT, I don't want another argument on here
You guys are more than welcome to ask me specific questions by pm, if you ever have any!
Only just met a bayernforum.com user today to give him a ticket