Achilles wrote:ramsej84 wrote:I don't really care unless we stay away from it.
I don't want my club to be owned by a Gulf Prince or a mafia lord from China or Russia or a cowboy from the states. No way. The others can do whatever they like.
I do care though! Bundesliga has his own roots,tradition and differs from other leagues, I find the 50+1 rule as a blessing.
Football must stay as much closer to the fans, who cares what the other tell about Bayernliga or not?
BVB & Atleitco has shown the way for the others, you can become competitive,succesfull while playing nice football without sugar daddies.
Bayern is a financial giant not because someone invested here or took over the club too.
No, I don't want more Leipzig's they can shove their refreshment up ther @ss.
Erasing all their past,changing your club badge and let a multi billionaire compeletely took over your club to become successfull? Disgusting, football is a traditional sport and as I said there is actually a way to become a powerhouse but needs time, you take the hard way, a long and painful project but you can be proud about that.
bbenno wrote:I also care about the 50+1 rule. It is not only what keeps the clubs close to the fans, but also what makes the Bundesliga stand out from many other leagues. On the other hand, there's no question about the fact that on a european level and to some extent on a world level, we simply have to take into account that people don't play by the same rules and can lure talents, as well as stars, away from the league with that "investment" or dirty money.
Those stars increases their tv-deals, which are becoming more and more dominant in football. This will of course hurt the Bundesliga, if we're not competitive enough, and i'm actually not sure we could be having such a great development of tv-deals domestically and internationally at the moment, if there wasn't the Wolfsburgs and the Hoffenheims (and to some extent the Leverkusens) to bring in money for foreign players and keep german stars in the league. So its a bitter pill to swallow, but if the BuLi clubs want to stay competitive on a european scale, then investment is hard to avoid.
That being said, I still think RB Leipzig has gone much further than others and has the most disgusting setup. I would not compare them to a club like Bayer Leverkusen.
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KrampusIsReal wrote:I'm sort of torn on this I like the 50+1 rule, but it is nice to see Leipzig coming along. I watched the end of the Italian Derby here in Sicily between Juve and Milan and seeing the rich arabs walking out there with the dress just didn't seem right. Looking at EPL seeing all these foreign owned teams erases tradition and like I said Leipzig is great but when we start allowing rich foreign people buying clubs isn't right for me.
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One tabloid newspaper, the Berliner Kurier, even refused to print the club's name a few weeks ago, using the insulting term "Dosenverkauf" (Can-sellers) in their Bundesliga table.
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