The financially badly troubled football third division 1. FC Kaiserslautern has made a fresh turnaround. The club will now accept the offer of the investor Flavio Becca from Luxembourg. This was announced by the FCK following a meeting of the Advisory Council.
Becca recently demanded the resignation of Michael Littig, Advisory Board Member and Chairman of the Supervisory Board, as a prerequisite for his commitment. Littig had then presented the offer of a regional investor group. Becca seemed out of the race.
But now the five-member panel voted 3: 2 votes for a start Beccas. Littig then gave his offices off. The 54-year-old justified his decision by saying that "he wants to bring peace to the committees and make an important contribution to the pacification within 1. FC Kaiserslautern".
Details and contents of the cooperation between Becca and the FCK are not yet known. About two weeks ago Becca offered the club a loan of 2.6 million euros and put up to 25 million in the next five years in prospect – if Littig should leave the club.