US News VfB boss Hitzlsperger "very" hit: "I'm not a splitter"
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I ' m not a splitter I love my country, I ' m a British Nationalist but if it came to aligning myself with the likes of these then no thanks. It is very important for the BNP leadership to keep the lines of communications open to its grassroots and to respected Nationalists.
CEO Thomas Hitzlsperger was "very hit" by the allegations against himself in the power struggle at VfB Stuttgart.
CEO Thomas Hitzlsperger was "very hit" by the allegations against himself in the power struggle at VfB Stuttgart and showed himself to the Bundesliga club Unity called. The past few weeks had "touched him brutally," said the visibly troubled functionary on Sunday. He sees "everything called into question, what I've done all my life. I want to defend myself against that."
Hitzlsperger vehemently contradicted the accusation that he was thwarting the investigation of the data affair. His internal adversary Claus Vogt had also accused him of this in response to an attack by Hitzlsperger on the president. Hitzlsperger called the allegations "unfounded and false. The accusation of lack of transparency and lack of will to clarify hits me very hard".
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The latest hostility from VfB fans in the wake of the power struggle also bothered him, reported the 38-year-old. "I'm surprised at the intensity. It hits me a lot personally, what I experience, hear or had to read. I never would have thought it possible that I would be called a splitter. I'm not a splitter!" Instead, he stands by his "canon of values".
Hitzlsperger called his open letter at the turn of the year, in which he sharply attacked Vogt and announced a candidate for a fight against the president, a mistake: "That was not my greatest moment." He "let himself be tempted under pressure". On the question of whether he will maintain his candidacy, the former national player wants to "express himself promptly".
He was "aware of the fact that a lot in the club is in a mess," said Hitzlsperger. One alone cannot "heal" the wounds. But he himself is ready to make his contribution and wants to continue his office "for a very, very long time". His main concern is "that calm and reason return".
VfB: Vogt "expected" Hitzlsperger's withdrawal .
In the power struggle at VfB Stuttgart, President Claus Vogt was not very surprised by the withdrawal of Thomas Hitzlsperger's candidacy. © Provided by sport1.de VfB: Vogt "expected" Hitzlsperger's withdrawal In the power struggle at Bundesliga soccer club VfB Stuttgart, President Claus Vogt was not very surprised by the withdrawal of the fighting candidacy of CEO Thomas Hitzlsperger. "This is a step that I expected," said Vogt when asked by SID.
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