Jürgen Klinsmann celebrates his Bundesliga comeback – and will be working for the club from the capital in the future. Responsible for the personnel is the new strong man at the Herthanians.
The former national coach Jürgen Klinsmann joins the Bundesliga club Hertha BSC on the initiative of the new investor Lars Windhorst on the Supervisory Board. Klinsmann consultant Roland Eitel confirmed on SID request on Thursday evening corresponding reports of the Bild newspaper and the Berliner Morgenpost on the new field of activity of the former World and European champion.
Karl Kauermann, Chairman of the Supervisory Board KgaA: I am pleased with the successful increase in the shares of Tennor. The associated professional reinforcement of the supervisory board of Hertha BSC GmbH & Co. KgaA with the designated specialist @J_Klinsmann is a very good solution. #hahohe pic.twitter.com/PODggRsTbw
– Hertha BSC (@HerthaBSC) November 8, 2019
Investor Windhorst raises Hertha shares to 49.9 percent
As Hertha BSC confirmed on Friday on Twitter, Klinsmann belongs to the ex-club of his son Jonathan in future the nine-member control committee of the KGaA (limited partnership on shares) as one of four Windhorst representatives. The investor is expected to increase its stake in the capital club on Friday expected for 100 million euros to a corresponding 49.9 percent.
Klinsmann was from 2004 to 2006 national coach and had at the 2006 home World Cup by the third place of the national team a large share in the "summer fairy tale". Following his work at the DFB trained the former world-class striker Germany's record champions Bayern Munich (2008 to 2009) and the US national team (2011 to 2016). Klinsmann is currently analyzing RTL's German internationals.
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