The two have known each other for years – and that is precisely why they are not at a loss for a saying. A swipe here, a teasing there. When Roman Kilchsperger and Reto Scherrer meet, it becomes entertaining (see video above). The former SRF colleagues meet in the Blick TV studio. Kilchsperger as a guest and teleclub exponent, Scherrer as a Blick TV anchor.
Kilchsperger is there to reveal a few details – about the schedule and celebrity guests of the program “90 minutes – life without football” scheduled for tonight, which starts at 8:00 p.m. and can be received free of charge on Teleclub Zoom.
“You can’t do anything …”
Before that, however, the Zurich resident gives an insight into his new everyday life in Corona, which is currently also shaped by private school lessons for his children. Whereupon Scherrer cheekily replies: «What did you teach your boys? You can’t do anything… ”Kilchsperger laughs, thinks he can keep up with a few“ fractions ”. He takes it with humor. Because he is always handing out.
Again and again topic: Scherrer actually have no idea about football, «although I have always tried to explain it to you,» said Kilchsperger about his former «Donnschtig-Jass» buddy.
Scherrer counters later and asks what is the current status of the fitness of his studio guest? Kilchsperger: «I turned 50 if you heard that? Going to the fitness center regularly in normal times fits me well. But once you’ve had such a break, it’s difficult to start again. »
Bürki, Gabalier and Co. are waiting
And what about the Teleclub broadcast on Friday evening? Some prominent faces can be expected there. A few examples: BVB keeper Roman Bürki (29) is added, folk music star Andreas Gabalier (35) is also there. Rock musician Chris von Rohr (68) is said to play the oracle in these uncertain times.
The program will of course last 90 minutes, “plus possible extra time”, added Kilchsperger with a smile. He will only sit in the studio with teleclub expert Rolf Fringer (63) throughout the show – the rest of the guests will participate interactively. Just like football fans can. They are encouraged to take part from home – for example with the soccer puzzles that have been interspersed over and over again.
At the end of the talk at Blick TV, Kilchsperger agrees on conciliatory tones in the direction of Scherrer, praises his outfit, especially his tie: (mpe)