The Arab investor Hasan Abdullah Ismaik has made dependent on its entry in the football club 1860 Munich by a partial renunciation of the creditors.
Munich (SID) - the Arab investor Hasan Abdullah Ismaik has made dependent on its entry in the football club 1860 Munich by a partial renunciation of the creditors. "This is one of my main demands." "I would go in any case, if this partial waiver of about 60 percent, which was also the banks pledged, would not be", the he told Sueddeutsche Zeitung. Thus, lenders would have to give up nearly 8.4 million euro. The contamination of the society amounted to a sum of EUR 14 million.
The Jordanians remains however optimistic and firmly expects that Club and sponsor will comply with its terms. "The Club has already obtained a feedback, and the creditors are willing to talk and to help 1860", said Ismaik and added: "From my page nothing negative will appear, should vote all the numbers, I got in the last week of the Club." On the rough, I have agreed with the Club. "Of course the DFL must approve everything, then nothing in the way of."
The leaders of the "Lions" trying meanwhile to fulfill their part of the agreement to allow the financially ailing Club the hoped-for cash injection of about EUR 30 million. "We will take care of, the conditions to implement, as far as they are to meet", said Managing Director Robert Shepherd of the Munich tz.
Ensure the trailer, the Arab patrons could eventually lose the fun on his "toy", declared President Dieter Schneider unfounded. "We are the contracts make so, that we have the right of first refusal if he wants to sell as again", said the 63-Jahrige. At the same time, he confirmed a personal "financial contribution" to the avoidance of insolvency. The reported sum of 500,000 euros did not deny Schneider.
The businessman and multimillionaire Ismaik wants to get percent of KGaA stake for allegedly some 13 million euro 49. By 2014, in addition to 20 million euros to be invested to lead the Club back to sporting success. "I would like the Club to the top." The most important thing is to rise to the Bundesliga. We want to talk about the Champions League, but maybe we play but once in five or ten years internationally. "I know but that success is limited can be planned in football", said Ismaik.
Meanwhile, the clock by Sports Director Miroslav Stevic in the 1960s seems to be expired. After matching media reports, the departure of Serbs to be officially announced this week. Neither the Kluboberen nor Stevic even wanted to comment on the topic. The Treaty of 41-Jahrigen expires at the end of the season.