Lothar Matthäus was harsh on Oliver Kahn. Mario Basler also criticized the chairman of FC Bayern Munich. Meanwhile, Sadio Mané has been working extra shifts on the training ground. The news and rumors about FCB.
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FC Bayern Munich, News: Lothar Matthäus attacks Oliver Kahn
Lothar Matthäus sharply criticized Bayern Munich’s CEO Oliver Kahn.
The record national player said in an interview with Bayern about a possible change in the Bayern leadership, which was recently discussed in the media sports picture: “Something could happen at any time that you wouldn’t have thought of three to four months ago. Oliver Kahn definitely doesn’t have things under control.”
The former goalkeeper has “other interests, a family, likes to keep his head clear, he likes to play golf. Suddenly he has to be responsible for a company in crisis: a new world for him. Maybe he underestimated that,” explained Matthäus .
And further: “People in Munich live and love FC Bayern, they are currently suffering with the club. I notice that at lunch, in conversations on the street. But Oliver doesn’t go there, maybe he doesn’t have a sense of how the fans tick what moves them.” Kahn is “invisible at the office” for the employees.
Today’s TV expert Matthäus would have “expected more clear leadership from Herbert Hainer as well.” In addition, “in retrospect, the transfers from (Hasan) Salihamidzic were not as good as we had thought.”
On May 22nd, the control committee of the German record champions will decide on the future of Kahn and Salihamidzic. You can find all information about this here.
In addition, Matthäus again criticized the change of coach from Julian Nagelsmann to Thomas Tuchel. When asked if this was a mistake, he replied: “Yes, if you look at the results. Shortly before the change of coach, Nagelsmann had been backed by those responsible at FC Bayern. That’s why there has been a credibility public deficit.”
Matthäus also issued a warning to Tuchel. For him it was “simply incomprehensible” that Thomas Müller had to sit on the bench twice in the Champions League against Manchester City. “Other coaches in Munich have failed because of the 33-year-old,” he said.
FC Bayern Munich, News: Mario Basler criticizes Oliver Kahn
Former Bayern player Mario Basler has also criticized Oliver Kahn.
The TV expert was displeased with Kahn’s words after the defeat against Mainz 05 when he commented on the speculation about his possible end.
“I can only say: For me there is only one goal and that is to end this season with the German championship title and then attack again next season,” said Kahn and explained the game in Mainz: “I lost in the second Half-time after 1: 1 asked: Who actually wants to be German champions? Was that the other team that also wore red jerseys?”
For Basler, however, Kahn is partly responsible for the sporting crisis in Munich. “These are statements that you can also get rid of in kindergarten. It’s neither fish nor meat. You have to be a leader. I can only remember Uli Hoeneß, who then goes into the dressing room after a game like this and completely loses his nerve and completely freaking out,” he said in his podcast “Basler ballert”.
FC Bayern Munich, News: Sadio Mané pushes an extra shift
Sadio Mané used the Bayern Munich players’ Tuesday off for an extra shift on the training ground. This was announced by the German record champions.
The Senegalese completed runs and did exercises with the ball.
Mané was heavily criticized after weak performances and a tangible argument with Leroy Sané.
FC Bayern Munich, rumor: Hernández and Pavard in the Milan cabin
Lucas Hernández and Benjamin Pavard apparently used the days off at FC Bayern Munich for a trip to Milan. As the Gazzetta dello Sport reported, the two defenders attended AC Milan’s game against US Lecce (2-0) on Sunday.
According to the report, after the final whistle they even stopped by the Milan dressing room – and met familiar faces there: Hernández’s brother Theo plays for Milan and another French compatriot of the duo, Olivier Giroud, plays.
Bayern coach Thomas Tuchel gave the players three days off after the 3-1 defeat against FSV Mainz 05 on Saturday. Preparations for next Sunday’s Bundesliga game against Hertha BSC begin on Wednesday.
FC Bayern Munich, rumour: Juve interested in Noussair Mazraoui?
Noussair Mazraoui from FC Bayern Munich has apparently aroused the interest of Juventus Turin. The portal reports calciomercato.
According to this, the right-back’s advisor, Rafaela Pimenta, is already exploring the market for possible buyers in the summer and has found favor with the old lady.
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