“Our Austria must not die”
The person who has emerged as a great critic of the current club leadership was thoughtful. Tony Ballester addressed fans via social media. “Our Austria must not die, it must live, it must not go down,” the former striker said. Pollster said what many people think. The 57-year-old said, “Even if this money comes from the alleged investor, the mountain of debt will remain anyway. That is why I see completely black, and I fear for Austria.”
One possible way out remains “Corona bankruptcy.” As Premier League board member Christian Ebenbauer pointed out, the club could seek a restructuring process. Ebenbauer im said: “If the insolvency official says yes, you can get the license if the restructuring process is complete by March 3, 2022”. ORF-Interview. According to the licensing regulations, such bankruptcy must be reported by April 21 in order to obtain legal certainty. Time is of the essence here, too.
It is a special rule in the corona epidemic. Instead of forced relegation, Austria should remain in the Bundesliga, but they will start with a six-point deduction and no money should be spent on extras for two seasons. Players can bring free transport. However, in the event of bankruptcy, current players in Austria will have the right to terminate their service and can in turn exit for free. The one to say goodbye is Manprit Sarkaria. The wing changes according to the information provided by Small newspaper To Sturm Graz. Sarcaria’s contract with Austria ends at the end of the season.
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