FC Bayern - Kahn over Super League: That would have been the end of football

At the annual general meeting of FC Bayern, Board Boss Oliver Khan once again found significant words on Super League. The failure of the project is alternative in his eyes.

In addition to topics such as Qatar sponsorship and the financial situation in the record champion, the topic Super League was part of the discussion. Khan reaffirmed at the Annual General Meeting again the position of Bavaria to establish an alternating league to the Champions League.

The European Super League is rightly collapsed within 48 hours, because that would have been the end of football as we know him. That's why we have developed a clear strategy to stay in front of its own. Where the FC Bayern is there is in front — and that's how it should stay, Khan said.

Even Khan's predecessor Karl-Heinz Rummenigge reiterated the rejection of the Super League from the German record champion in the past. We are satisfied to play Champions League and do not forget the responsibility we have to our fans, which are basically against such a reform. And we feel the responsibility towards football as a whole, said Rummenigge of the Italian newspaper Corriere Della Serra.

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We are currently experiencing the most fundamental change that the football has ever experienced. That's why we fight for the forefront that it can not be that investors can pump unlimited money in clubs, Khan said, not for added to us Investor group or a multimillionaire. We will continue to go on our own Bavaria way.

At the beginning of the meeting, FCB President Herbert Gainer had clarified that football is a game without limits seems, but: We do not play with the game. We play after our own rules and that succeeds very well, I love The FC Bayern as he is. Therefore, the Munich sporty, economical and socially good had come through this pandemic.

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Gainer supplemented: We have no cent debt. We are not externally determined, we are independent, we go our own way, with expertise and creativity. We do not let ourselves out of this madness out there. Numerous top clubs would have massive debt. The FC Barcelona has 1.3 billion euros liabilities. Also, Juventus Turin had to publish horror balance sheets last. Of that we are far, far away.

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