Sport Bundesliga Austria: Stöger on new Austria investor: "A good guy"
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Next week Vienna Austria will present a new investor in the form of Georgian Merab Jordania. Austria trainer Peter Stöger gives an insight into the new partnership in advance.
With Merab Jordania the financially troubled Austria will present a new investor. In the past few days, the violets announced that the necessary committees such as the presidium and the administrative board of the association as well as the supervisory board unanimously approved the "strategic partnership".
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Now Peter Stöger also commented on it. "Merab is a good guy. I haven't had weekly contact with him, but I know him when you - I don't know how long I've been in the business - all of my stations that I've had, that is, at Vienna and GAK I did not come across it. But in Germany it has come up again and again and of course I know him from the Dutch area, "reveals Stöger at Sky .
In the next few weeks, talks are to be held about how the cooperation will work exactly. Stöger also announced that "people will be there who know the football business".Peter Stöger: "... then someone else has to do it"
In addition, Austria's former master coach commented on his personal future: "For me, the decisive factor is whether I then trust myself to do what is expected to be able to do it. If I have the feeling that this can work, then I can easily imagine staying here. "
Stöger continues: "The last two years have been far from being funny. And if I have the feeling that it could be fun, then I'll be there. If everything has a realistic approach. If I believe that I don't do it myself manage it, then someone else has to do it. "
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