The team and coach have been on winter break for a week. Nevertheless, a significant personal detail is yet to be announced in the Munster Regional Football League by Christmas…
before the verdict. Will Strasser remain President of Prussia?
The rumors have been around for a long time. Christoph Strasser (73), president of the Black and White Greens since 2016, may not want to make himself available for a second term.
The procedure is as follows: At the Annual General Meeting on 15 January (Sunday/11 am) in Hiltrup Town Hall, the members elect the new Supervisory Board. In turn, he shall immediately appoint the Executive Committee. However Strasser has so far left open whether he really wants to do “Boss” again.
Even when asked by BILD, the former member of the Bundestag remains stubbornly silent, saying only: “I will announce my decision in good time.” And apparently this week.
The decision of the Münster city council on 14 December to approve a stadium conversion worth around 60 million euros may have been the correct reasoning for Strasser to leave. Because he and his comrades have successfully achieved their biggest and most important goal.
Furthermore, at 73, the SPD politician, who is very popular with fans, is at an age when he is no longer needed and wants to do this time-consuming honorary activity. With all my love for my Prussian people…
There is also speculation about possible successors. Among other things, the name of Christoph Mangelmans (39), one of the managing directors of the sponsor Fiage, has been mentioned. Or that of Thomas Rottgerman (62). Born in Burgsteinfurt, he had been brought back to the supervisory board only a few months earlier as its ninth member – 30 (!) years after his first job for Prussia.
However, his residence in Neuss, where Rottgermann – former CEO of second division club Fortuna Düsseldorf (April 16, 2019 to January 31, 2022) – lives with his family, speaks against it.
Either way, it’s clear: If Strasser does indeed resign, the Prussians will lose an absolute sympathies…
Ex-Munster striker Tobias “Turbo-Toby” Warszewski (24), back in Germany since late October after a two-year stint in Canada, is making a strong impression as a tryout for third division club Rot Weiss Essen Huh. He also scored a sensational goal with a lob over 40 metres, in a 3–2 test win against second division team Paderborn. fantastic.
Essen head coach Christoph Dabrowski (44) is enthusiastic: “He did a really great job. I wouldn’t mind if we see this for a long time – maybe even until the Christmas break.”
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