Irritation in Fürstenfeldbruck: Türkgücü’s regional league plans in danger?

It was only at the end of this week that Türkgücü Munich announced that it would be able to start in the regional league next season, also because the stadium question had been clarified. But that’s exactly where there seems to be a problem.

Türkgücü Munich also wants to play in Fürstenfeldbruck next season. But does that work?

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Above all, the question of the future home ground for any games in the regional league had kept old and new managers at Türkgücü Munich in suspense in the past few weeks. A shared solution with games in the Grünwalder Stadion and in Fürstenfeldbruck was under discussion – that’s exactly what the club announced this week, combined with the announcement that they wanted to put together a competitive squad for the regional league.

But the restart in the regional league is probably not in dry cloths yet. Because in Fürstenfeldbruck of all places there is still a need for clarification. While Türkgücü is in agreement with SC Fürstenfeldbruck and the question of the necessary stadium upgrade has obviously been clarified with the club, local politics are now struggling in between.

The clubs are responsible for the timing problem.

Fürstenfeldbruck’s Lord Mayor Erich Raff (CSU)

It is about the interpretation of the contract of use for the stadium on Klosterstrasse. The SC and above all its President Jakob Ettner see the possibility of including Türkgücü Munich covered by this. “SCF is allowed to do what is beneficial to the club. And that must include helping other clubs,” Ettner is quoted as saying by “TZ”. Mayor Erich Raff (CSU) sees it differently: “Allowing other clubs to use the stadium is certainly not part of the club’s work.” Depending on the extent of the necessary modernization, the city council would have to make a decision.

This could become a big problem for Türkgücü Munich, because time is of the essence. Clarity will probably have to be reached by the end of June in order to obtain the license for the 4th division. “The clubs are responsible for the timing problem,” says Raff of “TZ”. “Apart from an email, I haven’t had any personal contact at all with those responsible for Türkgücü.”

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