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Difficult personality? That’s what João Cancelo says



Difficult personality?  That's what João Cancelo says

João Cancelo has explained why many people think of him as a difficult personality. Bayer 04 Leverkusen’s Jeremie Frimpong could be a transfer candidate at Bayern Munich. Stefan Effenberg demands a penalty from the DFB for Hermann Gerland. Lutz Pfannenstiel rejected an offer from the record champions. News and rumors about FCB.

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FC Bayern Munich, News: Difficult personality? That’s what João Cancelo says

João Cancelo has responded to criticism that he is a difficult personality. “I’m very impulsive and sentimental and probably easy to read because I always express what I feel,” said the Portuguese in an interview with the club’s magazine 51: “Transparent people like me don’t always have it easy in today’s fast and merciless world.” He has “the heart in the right place. And you can always rely on me”.

The full-back also spoke about his late mother: “I lost my biggest supporter when she died. I was 18 at the time and had to learn to get by without her.”

Filomena Cancelo died in a car accident in 2013 at the age of 47. The heavy loss made him “stronger and made me who I am today. Sometimes it is said that I may not have a very simple personality. But my heart is in the right place. And you can always rely on me”, stressed the Portuguese international.

He was “very impulsive and sentimental and very likely easy to see through because I always express what I feel,” Cancelo continued: “Transparent people like me don’t always have it easy in today’s fast and merciless world.”

Cancelo, who was loaned out by Munich from Manchester City in the winter, is the father of a daughter. After the early death of his mother, her birth gave him “a new zest for life”.

After the top game against Borussia Dortmund, Cancelo was the first to leave the field and then the stadium. Hasan Salihamidzic then defended the 28-year-old loanee from Manchester City: “It’s normal for there to be emotions after the game.”

Whether Cancelo will be committed at the end of the season for the coming season remains to be seen. FC Bayern has a purchase option for 70 million euros. Various media recently reported that the price could be too high for the record champions, but that they might want to renegotiate with City.

FC Bayern Munich, News: Nicolas Höfler warns

After the quarter-final victory in the DFB Cup against FC Bayern, Nicolas Höfler from SC Freiburg is preparing for a heated duel when he meets Munich in the Bundesliga. “Bayern are of course extremely spurred on after the defeat. I think they come to the stadium with a lot of anger in their stomachs,” said the midfielder sky-Interview.

Höfler scored 1-1 in the cup success (2-1) on Tuesday. The fact that Bayern are going to face Bayern again on Saturday (3.30 p.m.) is a “special situation. I’m curious to see what Bayern will change, whether they will change anything and how well we can react to that,” said Höfler.

For the Freiburg team, it’s about “fully countering it, also setting pinpricks. And then I think if we can do all that, we’ll create an exciting, interesting game and I hope to be able to take something with us in the end.”

FC Bayern Munich, rumor: Jeremie Frimpong a candidate at FCB?

If Cancelo’s transfer doesn’t go through, FC Bayern will probably have to look for an alternative on the transfer market. Bayer 04 Leverkusen’s Jeremie Frimpong could be a candidate, according to Fabrizio Romano. The 22-year-old has played an outstanding season for the Werkself so far, has contributed to 17 goals in 36 appearances and, together with Moussa Diaby, forms a fast-moving and dribbling right flank. Allegedly, the people of Munich have already exchanged views with his advisor. All information is available here.

FC Bayern Munich, News: Stefan Effenberg demands punishment for Hermann Gerland

Stefan Effenberg has the appearance of Hermann Gerland in double pass at sports1 obviously not liked. He even found this “to be honest questionable”, as he put it in his column t-online wrote: “He threw out a few jokes, but his demeanor was still borderline.”

The former Bayern professional pointed out, among other things, that Gerland is currently working for the DFB and has assumed responsibility for the young players there. “Then you can’t sit down on a live show and drink four whiskey cokes at 11 a.m.,” wrote the 2001 Champions League winner: “Where’s the DFB? He should have intervened for me. Other coaches who did not live up to their role model function with misconduct in public were severely punished.”

At the weekend, Gerland had criticized, among other things, the lack of Mia san mia from FC Bayern and explained his departure from the record champions with differences between him and Hasan Salihamidzic. Here is the detailed report.

FC Bayern Munich, News: Lutz Pfannenstiel once rejected an FCB offer

In an interview with sports1 Lutz Pfannenstiel explained that he could have switched to Bayern Munich at the age of 18. “It was clear to me relatively quickly back then that I didn’t have what it took to become number 1 at Bayern,” said Pfannenstiel: “I was never a goalkeeper for the bench. I always wanted to play. That’s why I decided against Bayern decided.” In addition, he would only have been a contract amateur with the Munich team. “I wanted to be a professional. And then I went abroad,” he said.

The 49-year-old worked in his career as a player and then in various countries – including as Head of International Relations and Scouting at TSG Hoffenheim, as sports director at Fortuna Düsseldorf, as a coach in Namibia and now as sports director at the new club St. Louis city ​​in the United States. The goalkeeper is the first professional ever to have played at a professional level in each of the six recognized continental federations.

BVB vs. FC Bayern Munich: The remaining program in the Bundesliga

Gameday BVB FC Bayern
27 Union Berlin (H) SC Freiburg (A)
28 VfB Stuttgart (A) TSG Hoffenheim (H)
29 Eintracht Frankfurt (H) Mainz 05 (A)
30 VfL Bochum (A) Hertha BSC (H)
31 VfL Wolfsburg (H) Werder Bremen (A)
32 Borussia M’Gladbach (H) Schalke 04 (H)
33 FC Augsburg (A) RB Leipzig (H)
34 Mainz 05 (H) 1. FC Cologne (A)