The dispute over shares in FC Lucerne is coming to a head. The fronts between the club and Bernard Alpestigue hardened. It seems that the two sides have a long way to go to an agreement.
Michel Wittstein, Nau.ch’s chief football correspondent, met with the supposed main contributor for an intriguing interview. In part one, Alpstaeg talks about the situation around Zoff at FCL (video above).
At first, Bernard Alpstieg explained: “I own 52 percent of the shares. Twenty-five percent of it was stolen from me, deliberately omitted. From today, I will not sign the license.”
Zoff has been in charge of FC Luzern for months – that doesn’t concern Alpsteig. “I can get through this, including financially,” he says. He can imagine that the other party is waiting for him to “clean it up”. “But it’s not Alpstaeg cleaning yet, because he wants it to be 100 years old.”
He cannot imagine a peaceful solution at this time. “If I get 25 percent back, I might look for a new solution. But first, let’s get there,” Bernard Alpestige confirms.
This was the first part of the big interview with Bernhard Alpstaeg. The second part will be released in MondayPart three is coming Tuesday. Alpstaeg speaks, among other things, of the formidable threats against him and gives a special insight into his own person.
“Creator. Troublemaker. Reader. Tv nerd. Proud beer advocate. Unable to type with boxing gloves on. Introvert. Certified zombie practitioner. Thinker.”
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