Kahn elected in ECA board Future closed and design with visions
Oliver Khan, CEO of Rekordmeister Bayern Munich, has been elected on Thursday to the Management Board of the European Club Association ECA. The 52-year-old follows in the Panel on Michael Ger linger, the director law of FC Bayern has laid down his post as a vice chairman of the ECA after about four years.
International football has just experienced the most profound changes in its history, including further challenges such as Covid-19 and the consequences of this pandemic, Khan said in Paris: Our job is that European football remains a success model.
For this it needs absolute cohesion among international clubs: we have to close the future and shape with visions.
In the ECA Board, the long-term national goalkeeper Khan meets among other things on the bosses of Borussia Dortmund and Bayer Leverkusen, Hans-Joachim Wake and Fernando Carry. Chairman has since the Super League quake in the spring of Paris St. Germans Club Chef Nasser Al-Khelaifi.
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