Federal Politician Karl Lauterbach’s Controversial Comments on Bundesliga Game

Unusual choice of words for a federal politician…

Health Minister Karl Lauterbach (60) made a strange comment on X (formerly Twitter) about the top Bundesliga game Leverkusen against Bayern (3-0).

The minister to his over a million followers: “The Bayern Munich era is hopefully coming to an end.”

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Yikes?! Such a partisan statement from a federal politician? Sounds unusual at first…

Background: Lauterbach was born in Düren/North Rhine-Westphalia and is close to the region. Since 2005 he has been a directly elected member of the Bundestag from the Leverkusen/Cologne-Mülheim constituency. And he has long made no secret of the fact that he is keeping his fingers crossed for Leverkusen in the championship fight.

Lauterbach continued in the post: “Bayer 04 is getting closer and closer to the championship, great deserved win, top game. (…) The championship in Part 1 of my constituency, Leverkusen, and staying in the league in Part 2, Cologne, that must be the goal.”

What does he mean by the end of the Bavarian era?

Most likely the record champions’ bowl subscription. Bayern have recently been champions 11 times in a row. Before that, BVB won the title under Klopp in 2011 and 2012. Leverkusen have never become champions, they came closest in the summer of 2000, but did not convert their match point on the last day of the match – Bayern still overtook them.

In the middle of the game Suddenly the basketball explodes

Source: KameraOne February 10, 2024

Lauterbach had previously completed the sentence “If Bayer 04 becomes German champions, then…” to the Rheinische Post, in which he said “I am happy for the entire Bundesliga”.

With the 3-0 win, Leverkusen is now five points clear at the top of the table.

Leverkusen in top form The goals Bayern conceded in the video

Source: Image February 10, 2024

2024-02-11 08:21:59
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