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SC Bern's CEO counts on their Finnish bench boss Kari Jalonen for the next season, but afterwards, everything is open.

CEO Marc Lüthi has his sight set on SCB's future.

A clear-cut "No" was Marc Lüthi's answer to the Tages-Anzeiger's question if SC Bern were to consider signing Arno Del Curto in case Kari Jalonen decided to leave after the next season. But when the same source brought up the name of Genève-Servette HC's Chris McSorley, Lüthi's answer was not that clear: "Never say never."

But first, Lüthi has other problems to solve. He admits that the club cannot grow any further with their current business model. "We need to raise some money. Period. We need to find people to help us." Although Lüthi says that he does not want a patron like ZSC's Walter Frey in Bern, he is also not willing to share his ideas yet: "It's too early for that."

( 23 April 2019 | tme )

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