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in the debate about alienation between fans and professional football, Augsburg managing director Stefan Reuter criticized the high amounts of transfer on the transfer market.

Augsburgs Geschäftsführer Stefan Reuter. © Matthias Balk/dpa/archive picture Augsburg's managing director Stefan Reuter.

«This development has been determined for a long time. We have to try to steer this again in a reasonable way. We are all required. It would be desirable if everyone would only spend what they earned before, »said the former national soccer player of the" Augsburger Allgemeine "in an interview.

Reuter (55) also criticized the allocation of the World Cup finals to Qatar. «I think that's very unhappy. Why do you forgive the World Cup into such a country? Now it is also a club for us to make the best of it. The break in winter is long, but for the national players it is an enormous burden, »said the managing director of Bundesliga club FC Augsburg.

of a boycott of the World Cup in Qatar he does not hold anything. «The players cannot help for them, a World Cup is a highlight, perhaps the highlight of the career. You can't expect them to cancel, »said Reuter. «Boycotting such a tournament is not the right way. Politicians are in demand. "

Qatar is repeatedly criticized for systematic human rights violations and exploitation of migrants. The government of the rich emirate rejects the allegations and leads reforms in favor of foreign workers.

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