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DFB Cup: Hertha BSC – Kay Bernstein’s widow addresses fans with emotional words

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Bernstein’s widow addresses Hertha’s fans with emotional words

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Kay Bernstein died in Berlin at the age of 43 – Hertha BSC has been in mourning ever since

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Kay Bernstein, the president of Hertha BSC, died in mid-January. Before the quarter-finals in the DFB Cup against 1. FC Kaiserslautern, his widow speaks out for the first time. She says she is overwhelmed. And he has a special request for the fans of the capital club.

The widow of Hertha President Kay Bernstein, who died suddenly on January 16th at the age of just 43, addressed the fans before the capital club’s quarter-final in the DFB Cup. “I would like to thank you for your incredible compassion in every way. It gives the family and me a bit of comfort during this incredibly difficult time,” wrote Eileen Bernstein-Rose in the Hertha BSC newsletter to the members: “I am overwhelmed by every smallest but sincere gesture, every kind word, every line of your banners .”

Bernstein’s death caused great consternation, particularly among the people of Herthan, but also far beyond. The former ultra surprisingly won the election as president in June 2022. He wanted to lead the club, which had to cope with relegation from the Bundesliga in the summer of 2023, to success again with the “Berlin Way”.

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“Eileen expresses our feelings”

“Kay not only touched us every day with his unconditional love as a husband and dad, but also you, with the Berlin path he took, for Hertha BSC,” said Eileen Bernstein-Rose: “So please let us continue the Berlin path together ! For Kay, for Hertha BSC – in the heart!”

With a view to the game against second division rivals 1. FC Kaiserslautern this Wednesday evening (8:45 p.m., in the WELT sports ticker) in the local Olympic Stadium, where a Hertha professional team has never played in the DFB Cup final She is quoted as saying: “But today it’s called: Victory! And thus come a little closer to Kay’s and our dream of the trophy! You’re here, I’m here.”

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Fabian Drescher, who is currently acting president of Hertha BSC, wrote that he not only wanted to agree with the words, but also underline them. “Eileen expresses our feelings and manages to describe the magnitude of this loss. But in addition to their words, which are equally an obligation for us, I am encouraged by how we have dealt with the situation together up to this day.”

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