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Classics TV money: Bayer boss warns of Zoff

09:45  28 october  2020
09:45  28 october  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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An alliance of several clubs is pushing the redistribution of TV money in favor of the top clubs. This angered Leverkusen's managing director Fernando Carro.

TV-Gelder: Bayer-Boss warnt vor Zoff © Provided by sport1.de TV money: Bayer boss warns of Zoff

Managing Director Fernando Carro of Bayer Leverkusen has warned against an excessive redistribution of TV money.

"If in the end the majority of the clubs in the second division decide which television money the clubs in the first division will receive, that is a completely out of the question scenario," said the 56-year-old in an interview with Sport Bild : "That can lead to a split the first and second division lead. "

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Apparently a new club alliance around VfB Stuttgart, Mainz 05, Arminia Bielefeld and Jahn Regensburg is planning to change TV revenues from the 2021/22 season to the detriment of the top clubs. According to Sport Bild , instead of the previous eight million, 50 million euros (20 percent) from international TV revenues will flow into the 2nd Bundesliga. 14 clubs are said to have already signed the position paper.

"If the second division now also wants to go to the international TV pot, that is going too far for me," said Carro, pointing out that the second division is already getting more TV money than the lower houses "in the other European ones Leagues ". In addition, due to the corona pandemic, other things are in the foreground, says Carro: "Now is not the time for a revolution, it is about tolerable adjustments."

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