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Entertainment Özdemir wants players' salaries debate

15:05  27 september  2020
15:05  27 september  2020 Source:   tagesspiegel.de

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Why should the players not get some of that which is gained by their game performance? I think that footballers should have a pay cut or they should give a part of their salary to charity and there would Just count how many cheating and sexual scandal which involves footballer. We don"t want our "kids"

I have been hearing Steve spends a lot in players , and so on. I wanted to know how these numbers correlate with the final league standings. I want to say they are definitely on the lower end along with FQ. I feel every other team has high team salaries . You have to think that TLs team payroll is roughly

Cem Özdemir. © Marijan Murat / dpa / archive image Cem Özdemir.

The Green politician Cem Özdemir has criticized the level of player salaries in professional football. “With such astronomical sums as at the moment, the question of justice simply arises,” said the Stuttgart member of the Bundestag to “Mannheimer Morgen” (Monday). “Much is now out of control. That is not good for football in the long run, ”said the avowed fan of VfB Stuttgart.

Özdemir, who was recently appointed by the German Football League (DFL) to the “Taskforce Future Professional Football”, sees a great need for reform. The corona crisis showed that very clearly. "The players' salaries have now been symbolically lowered, but none of this is permanent." However, a reform should not jeopardize the competitiveness of the Bundesliga in Europe.

However, it is now a matter of counteracting the “alienation of parts of the fans through advancing commercialization”. One must also «talk about a democratization of professional football in Germany. The game and the clubs belong to the fans. "

Özdemir: "I don't want to harm Bavaria, but ..." .
The DFL has set up a "Future of Professional Football" task force. Politician Cem Özdemir is part of it and explains in CHECK24 double pass what it is about. © Provided by sport1.de Özdemir: "I don't want to harm Bavaria, but ..." The politician Cem Özdemir (Alliance 90 / The Greens) is of the opinion that there is currently a lot going on in professional football. Because he is not alone with this, the DFL has set up the "Future of Professional Football" task force.

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This is interesting!