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Bundesliga Club Augsburg Receives Interest From Asia, Eastern Europe

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 27 / 15

Bundesliga side FC Augsburg President Klaus Hofmann "has together with an investor group become the new majority shareholder of the club," according to Holger Rehm of SPONSORs. However, Hofmann has now revealed that former club President Walther Seinsch "could have sold the club fo...

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