News: Game Over! No Police Station inside Gegengerade!!!

Posted: January 21, 2013 by Zouz in News
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Seems that the long Police-Station-Inside-GG story is going towards to a Happy End! At least (you can never know!), so it seems according to Stefan Orth’s interview with today…


Here’s an automated translation of the interview: (of course, the original interview can be found here)

St. Pauli’s president has promised that the police station can be built on the Heiligengeistfeld. Cost: 1.5 million euro.

Belek. By visiting the club heads, the weather got better. After the torrential rains on Friday seemed weekend in Belek the sun again. St Pauli president Stefan Orth was in the evening paper-talk anyway good mood.

Hamburger Abendblatt: Mr. Orth, apparently there is a solution to the issue of the stadium and the DOM police station. They must be integrated against the wishes of fans in the new stand, or they can be built next to the Millerntor Stadium on Heiligengeistfeld?

Stefan Orth: I’ve just done a final talk with indoor and Sport Senator Michael Neumann and thereby get a positive signal in the city. Over the next week or two we will hopefully get the approval for the missing plot of 80 square meters on the Heiligengeistfeld. We can then proceed with the concrete planning of the Guard and funding of 1.5 million euros. That will bring a lot to work with, but the guard will not come in at the end of the back straight, so here will be the location for the proposed museum patrons.

Hamburger Abendblatt: Have you bowed to the pressure at the end of the Ultras?

Stefan Orth: No, it was not the one the ultras, but the active fan scene. On the other hand, this solution is also the stated desire of the Bureau, even if it now takes quite a bit of money.

Hamburger Abendblatt: As the 1.5 million euros will be recovered?

Stefan Orth: First, we speak with Deutsche Bank, which has given us and the loan for the stadium, on the financing. The refinancing of the credit to the guard will take place via a small increase in ticket prices. The extra costs of the big now 600 instead of 400 square meters, the museum will take members by also slightly higher contributions. The members have already decided Sun

Hamburger Abendblatt: What is your visit to Antalya?

Stefan Orth: The idea is to strengthen the sense of community. We want close to the team and to show team function. In addition, Jens Duve and I speak as a sports manager in the Bureau with Michael Frontzeck and sporting director Rachid Azzouzi about the future planning and the squad for the coming season.

Hamburger Abendblatt: Be here on the ground now taking orders extended to players?

Stefan Orth: I do not think. But here, of course, there will be interviews with players and consultants. With so many teams that are here on the ground, you can speak in a very short paths with many people.

Hamburger Abendblatt: As important as it is in relation to sponsor negotiations, that the team in the remaining 15 games of the season from the current 13th Table space will continue to operate up?

Stefan Orth: There is only one very important that we now quickly with commitment and passion to secure midfield come. Basically we have the ambition to be among the top third of the second division. In two or three years we will then also attack above. We already have two or three interested parties who want to sponsor us. Since we want to find the best partner.

Hamburger Abendblatt: Is not necessarily the company that paid the most?

Stefan Orth: No, this is the partner that fits best to our club and to our guidelines and pay the amount foreseen in the budget.

Hamburger Abendblatt: Diminishes with the number of potential sponsors a not strong?

Stefan Orth: To put it mildly: With a financial services on the chest we will certainly not accrue. But there are still plenty of industries that are suitable for us.

Hamburger Abendblatt: Is the back straight to second division match against Cottbus on 3 February actually be ready – despite the current chill?

Stefan Orth: In fact, it allows the sub-zero temperatures do not currently enforce the finished bricks on the outside wall. But all the spectators will be fully usable. And every 14 kiosks and toilets will be finished and opened. It is now with the new ticketing system will also be possible on the Internet to buy tickets for the back straight, but also for other fields and print them out at home.

Article published on 01/21/2013
Carsten Harms


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