racism debate in the Bundesliga: Now Bayern's legend Stefan Effenberg verbally on Schalke Boss Clemens Tönnies los. His statements are.Schalke Boss Clemens Tönnies had the Bundesliga * for a racism scandal. the Stefan Effenberg icon in the FC Bayern München *, deals months later, against the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Royal blue. According to Effenberg it have a look in the Bundesliga * "nothing".
Munich/Germany / Gelsenkirchen - Stefan Effenberg is a man of clear words. That was the Ex-Star of the FC Bayern München * already a player times - he is there today as an expert, to Bundesliga *.
So spoke the former German national player, against the Background of the #blacklivesmatter.* -the movement clear on the topic of racism - and in this context, Clemens Tönnies , Boss of the FC Schalke* , fierce attack.
FC Bayern legend Effenberg complains about Schalke Boss Tönnies
"While we are discussing about racism , can Clemens Tönnies be more Schalke boss . This is ridiculous," wrote Effenberg in his column in t-online.de "you have so many job sites on Schalke and most of you have even opened the door. One of them is the is the Supervisory Board, boss Clemens Tönnies . Because in times in which Germany discussed exactly how the whole world about institutionalized racism, I think of Tönnies .“+ Chairman of the Supervisory Board of FC Schalke, Clemens Tönnies.©Reuters / Ina Fassbender
For the classification: In August 2019, the billionaire and big business had to raise to the public at the "day of crafts" in Eastern Westphalia, Paderborn, the financing of power plants in Africa, recommended in Germany for climate protection, the control to.
FC Schalke 04, Clemens Tönnies caused a racism scandal in the Bundesliga
"Then the Africans would stop, cut down trees, and stop when it is dark, to produce children," the 64-Year-old at the time quoted. A great storm broke over the sausage manufacturer who attracted the displeasure of a number of representatives in the German professional football.
His response: After three months, his office as Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Gelsenkirchener had to rest, he returned without any penalties in the same office.
The ethics Commission of the German football Association (DFB) did not initiate a process.
Stefan Effenberg: Bayern-icon attacked because of racism Clemens Tönnies
" racism will not just forget," wrote now Effenberg in his column: "the fact is: the Clemens Tönnies is allowed to run the club. For me, this is unacceptable. I have zero understanding. Anyone who expresses racist, has no place in any function of an Association is something. So someone has to look in the Bundesliga nothing.“
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