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TSV 1860: Sascha Mölders supports gastro with a jersey auction

2021-02-26T14:04:41.440Z

Sascha Mölders wants to give the restaurateurs a hand. The cult striker is auctioning jerseys from his career that he has worn on Ebay. 



Sascha Mölders wants to give the restaurateurs a hand.

The cult striker is auctioning jerseys from his career that he has worn on Ebay. 

Munich

- Sascha Mölders is known for his clear demeanor.

The captain of TSV 1860 has come up with something again and would like to support the gastronomy in Munich, which has been badly shaken by the corona pandemic. 

TSV 1860: Sascha Mölders auctioned jerseys - proceeds go to the catering trade

The cult star, who is known among other things for his preference for wheat beer, would like to help local restaurateurs with a benefit campaign.

For this, Mölders has come up with something “during this shitty time”. 

As he announced in his Instagram story, the captain of TSV 1860 Munich is auctioning "a few things from me" and would like to donate the proceeds to the restaurants. 

Auction by Sascha Mölders: Bids sometimes already exceed 450 euros

But the 35-year-old still had to overcome a hurdle.

The striker didn't know how to sell items on Ebay.

In the meantime, the lion leader has made it and Sascha Mölders' account can be reached online. 

The professional is now selling rarities from his footballing career under the username saschamoelders.

Among other things, fans can bid on shirts worn by himself from all of his clubs on the sales platform.

The bids were already over 450 euros on Friday afternoon, although the auction is still running.

The campaign is already proving to be a direct hit and the gastronomy in Munich can look forward to a small contribution from the goal scorer, who once again lives up to his reputation as a football professional with a heart.

(Korbinian Kothny)

Source: merkur

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