St.-Pauli-President of the Divine: the competition is currently not healthy

President Oke Göttlich from the FC St. Pauli has spoken with the representatives of the fans to the on Friday published a position paper. "The football must co

St.-Pauli-President of the Divine: the competition is currently not healthy

President Oke Göttlich from the FC St. Pauli has spoken with the representatives of the fans to the on Friday published a position paper. "The football must consider the overall, where he's going," said the 44-Year-old at a press conference: "the competition is currently not healthy, obviously." Tip of the Hamburg-editors

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download, In cooperation with its organized supporters in Hamburg had developed a position paper on reforms in the German professional football.

for a more intensive participation in fanrelevanten decisions of the German football League (DFL), as well as a more even distribution of revenue, especially from television Rights is Required, among other things. More Hamburg

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"I believe that many of the topics are also discussed within the clubs," said Divine.

It should also be "no farewell to professional football as a whole." The FCSP-President believe, however, that "of all the capital inflow will result, without rules at the end of that we can get a healthy, sports the spirit of fair competition system."

The financial topics were also active supporters priority. "Sustainable economies, fair competition and the participation of Fans in the discussion, we quickly agreed that these are the top issues," said Henning Rennekamp, is a member of the organised fan scene. And St. Pauli fan liaison officer Sven Langner added: "It is not a debate based on envy."

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Updated Date: 04 August 2020, 12:26

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