The German public prosecutor’s office is targeting FC Bayern. The suspicion: violation of the minimum wage law. Other clubs could also be affected.
Ironically, the richest club in Germany is said to have paid its youth coaches dumping wages and encouraged them to manipulate the hourly records. Because of the suspicion of a violation of the minimum wage law, the German public prosecutor’s office is now investigating FC Bayern. In addition, the Munich workers are said to have embezzled wages and given incorrect reports about social security.
Oliver Kahn is also being investigated.
The investigation is being carried out against the board of directors of Bavaria with Oliver Kahn (chief executive), Hasan Salihamidzic (chief sport officer), the deputy chief executive Jan-Christian Dreesen and board member Andreas Jung. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Jörg Wacker are also accused. However, you are no longer a member of the board of directors of Bavaria.
Other clubs also under suspicion
The investigation was triggered by a former Bayern coach who unpacked anonymously. “In my opinion, it is an exploitation of young people who only understand relatively late that they were being kidnapped. It was the highlight: You travel somewhere to London or Berlin, spend three days with the children and write down 80 minutes of net playing time, “according to the insider. For many years, youth coaches should cost 450 euros instead of the permitted ten hours a week have worked twice as much.
FC Bayern has not yet commented on the allegations. According to “Bild”, however, other clubs could also be affected. There is also said to have been a raid at FC Augsburg this week.