Gorenzel hat other construction sites
TSV 1860 Munich is currently swimming in the third division. On top of that, there is a positive Corona case in the team – and criticism from Munich’s Mayor Dieter Reiter.
Munich – The surprising cup victory over FC Schalke 04 not only conjured up a big grin on the faces of the Sechzger fans. The management floor around managing director Günther Gorenzel should also have made the surprise success – especially in the financial sense – positive. But far away from the feelings of happiness from the cup, the third division is currently causing problems for TSV 1860 Munich. Or rather, the worrying swaying of the lions.
How will the third division continue for the blues? Crash landing or finding the right balance? Those in charge of the club will certainly bet a lot on an early liberation. Much, but not everything. The TSV can plan with more money thanks to the two cup wins against Darmstadt and Schalke. There was more than half a million euros for the round of 16. More money went to Giesing for the two cup victories. The people of Munich should no longer use the “Abendzeitung München” in winter – instead, they should use the additional other uses. According to the “AZ”, the TSV is already saving for the next season.
Word battle with the mayor and a corona case: It will not be quiet around TSV 1860 Munich
On the other hand, the people of Munich with a best and large squad want a place in which, depending on what the season brings. On the other hand, 13 contracts will expire in the coming summer – among others from important service providers such as Sascha Mölders, Stephan Salger or Marco Hiller.
To make matters worse, the lions have another corona case to complain about. However, TSV does not have to fear postponements or breaks in training. A member of the function team tested positive. “The employee has to immediately put himself into quarantine at home, and according to the current requirements of the Infection Protection Act, there are currently no contact persons in the vicinity of 1860 Munich. This corona infection therefore has no further effects on training operations, ”the Munich-based company wrote on their website.
But that’s not all. At the end of October, Munich’s Lord Mayor Dieter Reiter was a guest at “münchen.tv” – and among other things, he gave it to TSV 1860 Munich. In the eyes of Dieter Reiter, the reason for this war was the lack of unity in the Löwen club leadership in relation to the expansion of the Grünwalder Stadium. The 1860 President Robert Reisinger was outraged – and now reacted to the statements of the OB. (Paul Russer)