He has fateful memories of Hanover – that must also be due to the fact that Uli Hoeneß survived a crash almost 40 years ago in the Heitlinger Moor near Osterwald – as the only one in a private plane that was supposed to take him to the international match against Portugal in the Lower Saxony Stadium.
Hoeneß was 30 years old at the time and a young manager of FC Bayern, now he’s almost 70, only honorary president, but Hanover still has his mind. Once again in the past few years, the Bavarian legend, who was present in the opinion of the world, wished that he was back in the first division in a podcast 96 – he thinks Hanover is a fine football address with great options.
Hoeneß wants 96 to be transformed into FCB des Nords
The 96-Bosnian Martin Kind also knows and appreciates Hoeneß, both are very wealthy business people with more traditional views, consequently both are considered brothers in spirit in the fight against the financial restrictions in professional football. Hoeneß would also like to abolish the 50 + 1 rule, then investors could uninhibitedly pump money into the clubs and also set the tone in the store. The right visions, however, are a challenge 96: If the cartel office or another short-term authority finally settles with 50 + 1, says Hoeneß, it only needs five billionaires who are ready to put in a few hundred million each “. Child should then risk that, Hoeneß probably wants the transformation from 96 to FCB des Nordens.
After all, Kind already has a billionaire in the immediate vicinity – but it is not certain whether he would rather only write books about multi-armed sea creatures than transfer a huge pile of money for overpaid bipeds.