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Bundesliga and DFL investor: Comment on honest football

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Bundesliga and DFL investor: Comment on honest football

Clear opinion: The fans (here in Cologne) are against an investor entering German professional football. Image: dpa

Professional football in Germany is in crisis. This is not only due to the discussions about an investor and the 50+1 rule, but also because the DFL is missing two important things.

Axel Hellmann gave the interview of the week in the German football cosmos. Not because the CEO of Eintracht Frankfurt said in the “Sport-Bild-TV” interview that the decisive 24th vote for starting negotiations with possible investors about joining the German Football League in December was Martin Kind’s vote. Not because Hellmann soon announced that he had to use the subjunctive. After all, he doesn’t know how the managing director of Hannover 96 voted. Promised.

It is not important whether Kind voted against the express interests of the members of Hannover 96, as long as everyone believes that he did so, i.e. voted for the investor entry. It would only be relevant if the child surprised everyone.

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