The former managing Director of the German football League (DFL) Andreas Rettig, can not understand the decision of the national players Timo Werner, in the decisive Phase of the Champions League in August, more to RB Leipzig aground,. "He is a class player, but he could have been a great sportsman, that he sent the right Signal and the season would have played with his club to end," said Rettig in football-Talk, double-pass at Sport1.
Werner had announced on Thursday his Transfer to English Premier League club Chelsea FC. At his own request, he no longer wanted to compete in the Premier class for Leipzig, but on the challenge for the Blues to focus. Rettig: "In the negotiations, he would have had to, at times, make the back straight. He would have been able to say: 'look, this is my club and I owe something to: I will play!' I was surprised that he threw away such a Chance.“
the former national player Stefan Effenberg assessed the decision of the former stuttgar ester Werner critical: "This is a Champions League quarter-finals. You don't throw away but. As it is a great opportunity to lie and his colleagues a bit in the lurch, with which he has achieved.“
at the same time, the former Bundesliga Manager criticized Rettig from his point of view, unfair distribution of TV money in the Premier League: "Bayern are the deserved Champions, but when I see what is happening in all the years by unfair distributed TV money. If I can use a couple of hundred million more than the competitors, then I can allow myself to just one or the other error more.“
Bayern nearly four times as much as Paderborn. "This is a perspective view of a large Problem that I see. I would hope that the money will be distributed in the future, just so that Manager be of the qualities and trainer qualities more visible. Maybe I have a too romantic approach,“ said the 57-Year-old.Updated Date: 19 June 2020, 06:19