Lausanne hockey club firings stir culture clash controversy

28th April 2010, Comments 0 comments

The dismissal of five senior managers at the Lausanne Hockey Club by one of the teams owners, Canadian expat Barry Alter - who admits to not speaking French, sparks vivid debate in the Vaud capital. The firings come a day after the club, a member of the national B league that regularly attracts crowds of 9,000 fans, lost a playoff game that could have seen them promoted into the top tier group.

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