US News The president of German pro football will leave his post in 2022

17:10  26 october  2020
17:10  26 october  2020 Source:   sofoot.com

"figurehead" Kühnhackl turns 70

 Schloder likes to tell how influential Kühnhackl, father of NHL professional Tom Kühnhackl, was because of his stature, his hair like Günter Netzer, but of course especially because of his skills on the ice. "He had a force that was incredible. He was the superstar of the Bundesliga," says Schloder. The President of the German Ice Hockey Federation (DEB), Franz Reindl, says: "He was the player who decided games on his own." The German national player was the top scorer at the 1978 World Cup and

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The Buli boss sends a ball.

His name may not ring a bell, but Christian Seifert is a cornerstone of German football. Whoever is at the head of the Deutsche Fußball Liga , the German equivalent of the LFP, since 2005 has indeed achieved a lot for German football. The marketing of TV rights, which goes from 400 million per season at the start of his tenure to over 1 billion today? It's him. The almost perfect management of the Covid-19 crisis? It's him again.

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His term of office ending in June 2022, he decided not to repeat the adventure, story "opening a new professional chapter" . But whoever was in charge of managing the 36 German pro clubs leaves without regrets: “It was both an honor and a joy. " The league is already looking for its future president.

Auf Wiedersehen Christian.

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