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Karlsruher SC is openly thinking about bankruptcy

Karlsruher SC is threatened by bankruptcy due to the corona crisis. Photo: Uwe Anspach / TEH (Image: TEH)                             (Photo: Uwe Anspach / TEH)

Karlsruhe – With the financially badly hit Karlsruher SC, the scenario of insolvency in the Corona crisis is approaching.

“We already had a backpack from the past, that’s perfectly clear, especially from the two-third league years,” said Managing Director Michael Becker of the German Press Agency. «We wanted to solve that with the sale of shares, at least part of it. But this share sale is now stuttering because of the corona issue. » Previously, the second division soccer team had already published “Information on a possible bankruptcy in self-administration” on its homepage.

“I think it’s even worse that you don’t even know what effects it will have,” said Becker. «Sure, we should play again in May. But what happens if we play without a spectator for the next six months? It goes on and on. Then it would get closer and closer. »

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