Andreas rettig: linking tv distribution with 50 1 rule

Andreas rettig: linking tv distribution with 50 1 rule

"A bonus for the clubs that take the 50+1 rule into account would have to be considered," the 57-year-old said in an interview with "kicker. These clubs should be better off "because they consciously and out of socio-political conviction forego opportunities to generate capital, which is desired in terms of sports policy.".

The 50+1 rule, which only applies in germany, is intended to ensure that clubs retain control of their professional departments when they have spun them off into a corporation and do not lose the voting majority to an investor. In june, the german soccer league (DFL) won a total of 4.4 billion euros in the auction of media rights for the 2021 to 2025 seasons. Against the background of the economic consequences of the corona crisis, a different distribution of funds is currently being discussed.

Rettig sees in what he calls "unequal distribution" the danger that clubs will be driven to the investors. "You get more and more money from the pot, the better you place yourself. This leads to the rat race that we know: you have to generate more money so that you can get to these meat pots," said the former DFL manager. The system drives a club manager to "do unreasonable things".

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