Politics Eintracht Frankfurt signs long-term lease with the city - SBU in future in "Deutsche Bank Park"
Frankfurt's Russ may hope to bid farewell
© PIXATHLONPIXATHLONSID Russ's contract expires after this season Frankfurt / Main (SID) - Eintracht Frankfurt's club idol Marco Russ, as well as Gelson Fernandes and Jonathan de Guzman at the end of the Bundesliga still hope for a "farewell mission". The trio stands for the point game against relegated SC Paderborn on Saturday (3.30pm / Sky) "out of respect for them" in the squad, said coach Adi Hütter: "They deserve it." Russ (34) has been playing for Eintracht since 1996, apart from a two-ye
has signed a long-term lease as the main tenant with the city of Frankfurt for 15 years . The SBU will be running in the "Deutsche Bank Park" in the future.
The fans of Eintracht have to get used to a new stadium name. After all, with the new contract, Eintracht has long-term planning certainty as the main tenant until 2035. The "Deutsche Bank Park" is to be expanded to a capacity of 60,000 seats by the start of the new season.
and Eintracht Frankfurt Fußball AG today signed the rental agreement for the use of the stadium and the associated area.
Russ, Fernandes and de Guzman in the Eintracht squad
Marco Russ, Gelson Fernandes and Jonathan de Guzman will receive a small farewell gift from Eintracht Frankfurt against SC Paderborn this Saturday (3:30 p.m.). © Photo: Andreas Arnold / dpa Says Eintracht Frankfurt and the active football "Goodbye": Marco Russ. «Out of respect for the boys, all three are in the squad. Especially Russ, who held the bones for Eintracht for 22 years, »said Eintracht coach Adi Hütter. "But I don't promise anyone that he will play." The 34-year-old Russ, who played
As of tomorrow, Eintracht will be the main tenant for the next 15 years? ️?- Eintracht Frankfurt (@Eintracht)
"The tough, but always constructive negotiations with the city have of course been influenced by the pandemic developments of the past months," said board member Axel Hellmann. "We have now found a mutually viable solution that takes into account the complex effects of such an exceptional crisis now and in the future. For Eintracht Frankfurt, agreement with the city is an essential building block for further independent development and action."
Antwerp via Aus in Braunschweig: “I have no problem” .
promotion coach Marco Antwerpen reacted in a first interview to his end as head coach of second division returnee Eintracht Braunschweig. © Photo: Hendrik Schmidt / dpa-Zentralbild / dpa Marco Antwerpen is no longer the coach of the second division club Eintracht Braunschweig. "Basically, I first have to admit that I have no problem with it at all," the 48-year-old told the internet portal transfermarkt.de. «I read that I am offended by my direct nature.