Classics Bayern Boss follows Agnelli: Rummenigge in the Executive Committee The UEFA
Bayern boss expects 100 million euros in sales
The German soccer record champions FC Bayern Munich expects sales losses in the three-digit million range in the current financial year due to the corona crisis. © Matthias Balk / dpa-Pool / dpa Expects a high drop in sales at FC Bayern Munich due to the pandemic: Club President Herbert Hainer. "The 100 million euro drop in sales is primarily due to the lack of viewer income," said Club President Herbert Hainer in an interview with "Bild am Sonntag".
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has been included as a member of the Executive Committee of UEFA.
The Board of Directors of FC Bayern Munich occupied the Panel on Tuesday as a representative of the European Club Association ECA.
It follows there on Andrea Agnelli, who had to vacate the post because of the dispute around a new Super League. The Italian is said to be vice-president of the new Super League.
Rummenigges office time is running until 2024, at the turn of the year, he gives his post as Chief Executive Officer at the German record champion.
Bayern-Boss: That is missing from our competition
Bayern Munich's CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has highly praised the attitude of the professionals of the soccer record champions. © Provided by sport1.de Bayern-Boss: That is missing from our competition Bayern Munich's CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has highly praised the attitude of the professionals of the soccer record champions.
Rummenigge had already belonged to the Executive Committee from 2016 to 2017, but then withdrawn against Agnellis. From January 2008 to 2017, the 65-year-old was also chairman of the ECA.
Rummenigge as supporter Ceferin
in the embittered guided discussion between UEFA and the twelve super-league founders Rummenigge also applies as a trust man for UEFA President Aleksander Cefer. Slovenes praised Rummenigge on the UEFA Congress, which is currently in Montreux, as a "fantastic honorary chairman of the European Club Association".
Koch confirmed in the Office - two German representatives in UEFA-Exko
with the appointment Rummenigges is now again sitting with two representatives in the UEFA executive, because DFB vice president Rainer Koch was confirmed for four more years. The 62-year-old was one of nine candidates for eight vacant places and received 47 in the election. The lawyer and representative of the amateur footballers in the DFB had taken over the post of Reinhard Grindel in March 2020 in the UEFA executive. He had resigned from his international offices and by post than DFB boss just under a year ago.
FIFA-Council: New task Also for Peter Peters
Another German official made it in the Council of the World Association FIFA, as DFB vice president Peter Peters was elected in Montreux in the panel. The former financial boss of Schalke 04 was one of four candidates for four vacant places for UEFA envoys in the Council. Since Grindel resignation in April 2019, no German official was in the FIFA Council. The UEFA had initially occupied the post with the French bandage leader Noël Le Graët.
euro: UEFA investigates a homophobic banner and cries of monkey in Budapest .
© Tibor ILLYES / AFP 56,000 spectators have massaged in the Puskas Arena, Saturday, for the match Hungary-France. UEFA announced Sunday the opening of a disciplinary survey on a homophobic banner deployed in Budapest during Hungary-Portugal (0-3) Tuesday, then cries of Monkey heard Saturday in the Hungarian ultras forum during the match Hungary -France (1-1).