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German Hockey Federation Avoids Bankruptcy, Includes Professional Clubs

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 04 / 21 / 15

The German Hockey Federation (DEB) "has avoided bankruptcy and gets a new constitution," according to the DPA. As a result, the professional clubs of the German Hockey League (DEL) and DEL 2 will return under the DEB's umbrella. The pro teams will contribute to the financial rescue of the insolvency...

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