Entertainment Hertha BSC: Windhorst shares before foreclosure sale?
Hertha Berlin wins 1st game of 2022 to boost survival hopes
BERLIN (AP) — Hertha Berlin won its first game of 2022 in Felix Magath’s first game as coach despite his absence due to a coronavirus infection on Saturday. Marvin Plattenhardt set up three goals for Hertha to climb out of a direct relegation place in the Bundesliga with a 3-0 win over Hoffenheim, ending a nine-game winless streak going back to a 3-2 win over Borussia Dortmund on Dec. 18. Hertha, which dropped second last in the 18-team division last weekend, fired Tayfun Korkut as coach on Sunday and appointed the experienced Magath in his place.
at Hertha BSC does not rest. The shares that Investor Lars WinDhorst will be forced to be forced shortly.
as if the old lady had not been enough in the relegation fight enough, she sees himself restlessly exposed to Lars Windhorst. Just a few days ago, the investor had taken care of a TV interview for plenty of swirls - now the next bang is imminent.
According to a report by the Business Insider, the Berliners received news from a notary from the Netherlands in recent days, announced that the Dutch Peil Investment B.V. should be forced. This is a subsidiary from the Tennor Holding B.V Group, where windishers are shares in Hertha BSC.
Hertha Berlin backer calls for club president to go
BERLIN (AP) — Hertha Berlin's tranquility after its first win in three months lasted less than 24 hours. Hertha ended its nine-game run without a win in the Bundesliga with a 3-0 success over Hoffenheim on Saturday. On Sunday, the investor who pumped 374 million euros ($413 million) into the club since 2019 slammed Hertha president Werner Gegenbauer and called for a change of leadership. “He’s been the president for over 10 years and it’s become clear to me that he’s not doing everything he can to lead the club to success, but rather he's working very strongly to consolidate his own power,” Lars Windhorst told the Bild TV channel.
If the company is auctioned, this would include the shares in the Bundesliga club. The Business Insider was confirmed by the upcoming foreclosure auction according to its own information from the notary on the phone.
A spokesman for Windhorst is intended to initiate the story against the medium, on the other hand, before he literally let it fail to wrote a mistake and the process was already done.
background of foreclosure is that Windhorst had apparently needed money in July 2020 and needed a loan of 25 million euros. He got this from the company S4 Limited. Windhorst should repay the amount within 30 days - plus two million euros interest. Since this obviously does not happen, the loan agreement sees the pledging of Peil Investment B.V. in front.
Bundesliga: Stadium: Bobic to compromises ready .
When looking for a location for the new stadium of Hertha BSC, the Berlin Senate has brought a new possible construction site into play. However, in the planned property, the capital club would have to make smears in terms of viewer capacity. © Provided by Spox The Hertha carries out its home matches in the Berlin Olympic Stadium. Herthas Sports Managing Director Fredi Bobic reported positive talks with the Berlin Senate and signaled generally compromise readiness.