Family threats force Schalke board member Jobst to quit
Contributed by NAMPA / DPA.
Dusseldorf (dpa) - A member of the Schalke board has decided to quit his position from the end of the season in response to "anonymous hostility and even threats made towards him and his family for some time," the Bundesliga bottom club said Thursday.
Alexander Jobst, director for marketing, sales and organization, will step down on June 30 in a decision Schalke said its supervisory board accepted "with regret, but understanding."
The 47-year-old Jobst has been on the Schalke board since 2011 a ...