The 36 paid football clubs from the first and second German Bundesliga don’t want external investors, the say get.
German clubs remain in your own country, the boss.
They spoke during a general meeting for the maintaining of the so-called 50+1 rule. Who makes sure the football a majority of the shares in the club to keep. A takeover by a large investor from outside the club is therefore not possible.
“Anyone who is the best for the football, applauds this decision. Here is an important signal”, said managing director Andreas Rettig of St. Pauli. This Hamburg club from second league had called for a vote on the 50+1 rule, that only in the German football. “This line is one of the principles that German football has greatly made and the sport has anchored in the community,” said Rettig.