FC Bayern has trouble with the judiciary! The public prosecutor’s office is investigating the German record champions. The suspicion: violation of the minimum wage law. So youth trainers are said to have been exploited (eXXpress reported). According to a report by the WDR, the main customs office in Munich is to act on behalf of the public prosecutor’s office. The people of Munich are said to have withheld and embezzled wages. In addition, incorrect reports were made about social security.
The investigation is being carried out against the board of directors of Bavaria with Oliver Kahn (chief executive), Hasan Salihamidzic (chief sport officer), the deputy chief executive Jan-Christian Dreesen and board member Andreas Jung. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Jörg Wacker are also accused. However, you no longer belong to the board of directors of Bavaria.
In addition, the hourly records are said to have not been kept correctly. Youth coaches stated that they reported less net playing time for tournaments and trips abroad. For many years they worked at least twice as much on a EUR 450 basis instead of the ten hours allowed per week. The club has not yet commented on the allegations. According to the “Bild”, however, not only Bavaria is affected.
There was also a raid at FC Augsburg. There is also suspicion of wage dumping. However, according to the Bild newspaper, it is also common practice at many other Bundesliga clubs. According to this, youth coaches, supervisors and drivers should also receive dumping wages.