Money Röttgermann: Remain long-term CEO at Fortuna

13:30  21 october  2020
13:30  21 october  2020 Source:   goal.com

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Thomas Rottgermann , CEO of Fortuna Dusseldorf: ′′ There is no agreement on Kaan Ayhan at the moment. The issue of whether the release material will be in effect will be revealed on Monday."

At Fortuna Düsseldorf, the managing director of sport uses his experience in football to build a winner using an outside the box approach. Therefore, to stay competitive, Fortuna Düsseldorf has to think outside the box when it comes to building a squad. It is a task that Pfannenstiel excels at.

Thomas Röttgermann wants to lead the second division football team Fortuna Düsseldorf as CEO in the long term. «I perceived the signal that they wanted to work with me longer. In the end, a contract is extended by a board member if it is successful. But the will to want to work together in perspective is clearly there on both sides, "said Röttgermann of the" Rheinische Post "(Wednesday). Accordingly, the 60-year-old functionary is firmly expecting an extension of his contract, which is initially dated until April 2022.

Thomas Röttgermann, Vorstandsvorsitzender des Fußball-Bundesligisten Fortuna Düsseldorf. © Federico Gambarini / dpa / archive image Thomas Röttgermann, CEO of Bundesliga soccer club Fortuna Düsseldorf.

Röttgermann does not believe that club icon Klaus Allofs, who returned to Fortuna in September after 21 years and was appointed to the club's committee for football and development, communication and sustainability, will challenge him for chairmanship in the future. Rather, he praised the cooperation and describes Allofs as “the missing piece of the puzzle” that the board of directors was still missing. The responsibilities are clearly distributed. “If we continue to work together as a board team in the future, then it will remain with the distribution of roles. There is nothing else up for discussion. No one involved ”, explained Röttgermann.

Around a year ago, Röttgermann, who became CEO of Düsseldorf in April 2019, was still under criticism. "I have now understood a lot more what Fortuna is all about," said Röttgermann. And he believes that with his way and approach he has gained the necessary acceptance in the club: “On the other hand, I hope that the people who deal with Fortuna recognize that you don't necessarily have to be cheerful in the Rhenish region to join this club to lead successfully. "

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