FC Bayern Munich Application for Qatar sponsorship on JHV threatens to fail

The fan application for the annual general meeting of FC Bayern against the controversial Qatar sponsoring in FC Bayern obviously threatens to fail. Initiator Michael Out raises serious allegations against the club and wants to submit a lawsuit.

The FC Bayern knows exactly that the application is allowed, but does not respond and leaves deadlines, Out wrote at Twitter. He has set the club a deadline until Wednesday, 12 oclock, to confirm the approval of the application, explained Out. Only reaction: One has not yet come to examine the application — for three and a half weeks (!).

For the Annual General Meeting on November 25, Bavaria fans, led by OUT as the head of the initiative, submitted an application for completion or expiry of the partnership with Qatar Airways on 2023. But due to the continued lack of admission confirmation, Out now wants to complain. With this wearing tactic, FCB legal protection wants to impossible, he wrote. It must be collected, and a temporary injunction must be obtained. I would not have thought that the club flees so flee before, Out said about the Went Tactics of Bayern the SID.

On the crowdfunding platform Better place.me, the Legal Referendum Out from Mainz therefore called for donations. On Thursday afternoon, around one third of the estimated sum of 3000 euros had already come together.

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FC Bayern: fans criticize Qatar sponsorship

In front of the country break, fans of the record champion had expressed their criticism of Qatar sponsorship in the game against Sc Freiburg (2: 1) with a huge banner in the southern curve.

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FC Bayern has often defended his commitment in the desert state. Only a dialogue with the local rulers could be achieved, it always said. This intention was questioned on Thursday by the President of the Central Council of the Jews and logically referred to as in no way.