At Bundesliga club Werder Bremen, a manager from the National Football League (NFL) is moving into the supervisory board. According to information from dyke room Gerrit Meier (52) will succeed Marco Fuchs on the control committee, who is twelfth in the table and confirmed the report.
Fuchs had announced his withdrawal at the beginning of April. Meier, who is the NFL’s executive director for international business, is scheduled to be deputized at the next Werder executive committee meeting on May 23.
“We are very happy that Gerrit Meier has agreed to take on this responsible task,” said Hubertus Hess-Grunewald, President and Chairman of the Supervisory Board of SV Werder.
And Hess-Grunewald continues: “We have found a great person. Because Gerrit Meier holds an outstanding position in the international sports business. With his diverse experience and his extensive economic and sporting expertise, he will enrich the supervisory board, always also the needs of the SV Werder as a multi-sector club with its other sports and represent them.”