In January 2017, TSV Hannover-Burgdorf moved its handball home to the ZAG-Arena at the Expo-Plaza by contract until 2022. Since then, the sports marriage has been characterized by quarrels that drove Bundesliga club and hall owner Günter Papenburg (81) to the Verden district court (BILD reported). Now there is finally peace in sight in the arena dispute.
Because Bau-Multi Papenburg is now talking about an extension beyond 2022. Papenburg to BILD: “I hope that the way to further cooperation can be found.”
It is an advance by the entrepreneur that makes the handball warriors happy. Eike Korsen (37), managing director of TSV Hannover-Burgdorf since summer 2018, when asked by BILD: “That the warriors in the arena triggered great euphoria. was clearly visible. Now we have to cope with the time with Corona together. It is therefore all the more important to create joint future perspectives. ”
Then certainly with a newly drawn up contract that no longer offers any opportunities for renewed disputes.
Thursday (7 p.m., Sky) the warriors continue in the ZAG-Arena against MT Melsungen and the former Hanover stars Kai Häfner (31) and Timo Kastening (25).