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Death at 43: The players remember the Hertha president with moving words

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Death at 43: The players remember the Hertha president with moving words

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The Hertha players remember Kay Bernstein with moving words

Status: 17.01.2024 | Reading time: 2 minutes

Hertha-Profi Fabian Reese

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He died at the age of just 43: There is enormous sadness after the unexpected death of Hertha President Kay Bernstein. Some players from the second division soccer team find moving words.

The unexpected death of President Kay Bernstein has left Hertha BSC in a state of shock and caused great sadness beyond German football. The club boss died at the age of just 43. In honor of Bernstein, the Olympic Stadium was illuminated in Hertha’s club colors on Tuesday evening. Fans lit candles and laid flowers in front of the gates of the capital club’s home stadium.

Many Hertha players remembered the late President Kay Bernstein in emotional words. “I remember the moments after our games when we fell into each other’s arms, beaming with joy, electrified to the tips of our hair and full of happiness,” wrote Fabian Reese on Instagram: “These precious moments are a chapter in my heart – off today with a golden lock and grateful to have been able to experience it.”

Reese has been playing in Berlin since last summer. The former Kieler has become a key player and crowd favorite at Hertha. “We as the Hertha family have a big task and Kay would like us to move even closer together,” wrote the winger. “Feel like you’re being shouted at with passion and hugged tightly, this time my eyes aren’t wet with joy…”

“You believed in me,” writes Jindaoui

Nader Jindaoui also found moving words. “You believed in me when many people wrote me off. “I’ll never forget that,” the 27-year-old wrote. “Rest in peace Kay. History will continue to be written, for you and the Berliner Weg.”

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Moving words from Fabian Reese after the death of Hertha President Kay Bernstein

What: Instagram: Fabian Reese

Jindaoui is also active as an influencer and web video producer. His Instagram account is followed by around two million users. Together with his wife Louisa, whose Instagram account is followed by almost 2.2 million users, he has been running the YouTube channel Jindaouis since December 2019, which has 1.75 million subscribers.

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There will be a public training session on Wednesday at 2 p.m., to which numerous fans are expected to come to honor the president – a first, but inaccessible, session will take place in the morning. On Sunday (1.30 p.m./Sky) the second division team finally starts the second half of the season against Fortuna Düsseldorf in the Berlin Olympic Stadium.

Meanwhile, it has been announced that a death investigation has been initiated. This is standard procedure when the cause of death is unclear, said a police spokeswoman. There are currently no indications of suicide or external influence. The Frankfurt/Oder public prosecutor’s office will now decide on further measures, said the spokeswoman. This could include an autopsy of the body.

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