“Dead people don’t go to football”
Hertha manager fails because of Bread and Kennedy
by Nina Jerzy
02/28/2022, 10:48 PM
Whole Meal Bread Instead of Full Employment: Manager of Hertha BSC “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” soon in trouble. A famous killer kills him. Things aren’t getting better for the “Spiegel” journalist with a banana phobia. Finds Jauch: Well, specific.
Gerrit Christopher Freund arrived at Günther Jauch with the ballast. “I am trying to make the Hertha BSC brand famous and attractive,” he explained of his job as “Senior Brand Manager.” “who wants to be a Millionaire?” The moderator almost felt sorry: “Charming – it was all easy, wasn’t it?” “It’s going to have ups and downs at the moment,” admitted the 27-year-old. Unfortunately, the same was true of his performance. Even at 4000 euros, the candidate threatened to fail because of full employment. “A bit like Hertha BSC,” Jauch had a mixed conclusion.
Freund should know what 98 percent are already talking about: whole-meal bread, full throttle, full employment or general anesthesia. “It’s a slightly trickier question,” guessed the Hertha man and made the unexpected conclusion: “I think whole grain bread would be my guess.” Jauch corrected the illusion of full employment with a full-time job. But this did not improve the result. “Then I’ll thank you and go for whole wheat bread, A,” Freund confirmed.
Jauch, who had followed Mark Hertha’s home game as a student in the upper ring of the Berlin Olympic Stadium, offered the guest one last chance: “Wholemeal bread, anyway?” Freund took the cue from the fencepost and 50:50 after the Joker entered full employment. “As a business scientist, you should have known,” admitted Berliner.
This is how Hertha tricked
After this he told a strange anecdote from the early days of Bundesliga. Protagonist: A funeral director. “Hertha had to sell more tickets to get the license – I think that’s quite the story,” the candidate said. The sponsor had this idea: “Come on, we’ll just throw the tickets in a couple of coffins and then no one will know they weren’t actually sold out.”
ntv.de columnist Ben Redellings. Feather The story makes a bit more sense. According to him, the undertaker was Hertha’s treasurer at that time. He deposited 55,000 tickets in a coffin, which were sold illegally to get the club out of financial difficulties. The whole thing was blown up and Hertha was banned from the Bundesliga in the mid-1960s due to financial conspiracies.
One way or another, Jauch was enthusiastic about Coffin’s story: “Because the dead don’t go to football. Hertha BSC has a really dazzling history.” However, on Monday evening it was “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” I was not about to win an impressive amount. Prosperous. Brand managers have repeatedly revealed gaps in knowledge, most recently when it comes to killers of famous men. Freund had no idea that Lee Harvey Oswald, the alleged assassin of John F. Kennedy, had shot himself shortly after the crime and so went home – semi-enthusiastic – with 16,000 euros. “A difficult draw. But at least we scored away from home,” commented Jauch.
Things didn’t get better for the investigative journalist of “Spiegel”. Christoph Winterbach tried it strategically with the safety version. In his case, it wasn’t necessarily worth it. The hamburger put the 64,000-euro question at full risk. Although he was unsure, Winterbach speculated that record MP Wolfgang Schaubl (CDU) had first moved to the German Bundestag in 1982, the year of Nicol’s Eurovision victory. The senior president had managed to do just that ten years earlier, shortly after the Summer Olympics in Munich.
The candidate, a self-confessed banana phobic (“If someone eats a banana next to me, I feel like I have to wash my hands”) dropped to 16,000 euros. With this result, Jauch also testified to a certain closeness with the employer: “could have been better. It’s like a ‘mirror’: something was interesting, but do you have to buy it… Last week was more exciting “
No, not nyphomaniac
On the other hand, Olaf Beck went home happy with all his heart. The Hamburg hotelier returned with a question of 32,000 euros and survived for two rounds. Although his telephone clown had the impression that sarcasm was the male equivalent of nymphomania, the 55-year-old preferred to walk out when asked the €125,000 question.
“I wouldn’t dare,” Jauch encouraged him. “Not even me. I’m really a wimp, not a gambler,” agreed the candidate. He described his state of mind at the start of the show as “a mixture of gratitude, humility, enthusiasm and not being able to believe that I made it at all”. “You can add a new chapter to your eventful life,” congratulated candidate Jouch, who has already had breakfast with Kylie Minogue.
The last candidate of the evening has few fond memories of his celebrity encounter. Tina Crain, who completed the Hamburg trio of this WWM edition, once found supermodel Naomi Campbell’s Motorola clamshell phone sitting at the first table at a posh restaurant in Beverly Hills. Kahne quickly picked up the phone after Britain. He only offered the grace to shake hands half-heartedly. “She was not grateful,” explained Krahne, who will return next week with a question of 16,000 euros. “She’s a bitch, I’ve heard it too many times,” agreed Jauch.
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