Cologne –

The general meeting of 1. FC Köln starts at 6 p.m. But it could take a few hours before things get exciting. Or not? An application submitted at short notice by member Friedhelm Henze could turn the process upside down!

  • 1. FC Köln: Tension before the general meeting
  • Member Friedhelm Henze wants to change the agenda
  • Election of the FC vice-president may be earlier than planned

Actually, the crucial phase should only go into the crucial phase with item ten of the agenda, when the election of Carsten Wettich (41) as Vice President is on the agenda. But Friedhelm Henze doesn’t want to wait that long. His motion of Wednesday, June 16, which EXPRESS has submitted, calls for the Wettich election to be brought forward to item three of the agenda, the other items would be pushed back accordingly.

1. FC Köln: Fan with application shortly before the general meeting

This is not a novelty in the history of the general meeting of 1. FC Cologne, there have been procedural motions on which, according to association law, a vote is taken immediately at the beginning of the event if permissible.

This request to change the agenda at the general meeting of 1. FC Köln was received by the Bundesliga club on June 17th a few hours before the start of the event.

This means that a vote on Wettich could take place much earlier, the fear is that not all members will be gathered in front of their computers at a late hour.

The disadvantage: important points such as business reports, discharge and others would only be discussed afterwards and then given to the members to vote on. But that could also be an important decision-making basis for many in order to vote on a yes or no for Carsten Wettich.

To what extent the application turns the event upside down and perhaps even influences the voting relationship remains to be seen. In any case, it will be exciting right at the beginning of the meeting.

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