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Sport Özdemir: "I don't want to harm Bavaria, but ..."

15:20  18 october  2020
15:20  18 october  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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The DFL has set up a "Future of Professional Football" task force. Politician Cem Özdemir is part of it and explains in CHECK24 double pass what it is about.

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The politician Cem Özdemir (Alliance 90 / The Greens) is of the opinion that there is currently a lot of trouble in professional football.

Because he is not alone with this, the DFL has launched the "Future of Professional Football" task force. The ambitious goal: to save football. "The task of the task force is actually impossible," admits Özdemir in the CHECK24 one-two pass . Still, the 54-year-old believes the task force can be an important step.

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"I think that sport is primarily not a commercial enterprise. It is something for the fans who go to the stadium, look forward to it and keep their fingers crossed for their clubs. When I was a teenager - and my love for VfB Stuttgart began - At the beginning of the season it was not clear who will become champions in the end. It is now the case, it is clear that it will be Bayern and that makes the Bundesliga no longer exciting, no longer attractive and that ultimately harms Bayern too A 35-member commission will not be able to solve this problem, but things are there to be changed. That this commission was set up is a good sign. "

Özdemir: "I don't want to harm Bayern"

The task force's focus is on player salaries and the distribution of TV money. "There are two schools," explains Özdemir: "Some say that German teams have to be at the forefront in European competition. That's the way it is, the Champions League winner comes from Germany. Others say: The Bundesliga has to be exciting But maybe there is an intermediate way. I don't want to harm Bayern, I'm not a Bayern hater either. But I think Bayern must be interested in the games every week being exciting and not a routine task. "

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In order to guarantee better equality of opportunity, Özdemir uses the CHECK24 one-two pass , for example, to use basic amounts for the distribution of TV money. The task force will also have a lot of work to do in other areas. However, the German politician is certain that many people hope for changes in professional football.

"It is starting now and these discussions are also being held in other countries. People notice that the system is sick. It will go on for a long time and there will also be setbacks, but there are many on the way right now who say that it can't go on like this. I don't want to put up with the fact that it is the way it is. That's not why I became a football fan. "

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