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Disappointed Uli Hoeneß expects “significant increase”



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Bayern’s honorary president Uli Hoeneß takes the team to task after three games without a win. Serge Gnabry receives support for his trip to Paris. Opinions are divided on a scene involving Yann Sommer.

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FC Bayern, News: Hoeneß expects “significant increase”

Uli Hoeneß, Honorary President of FC Bayern, clearly criticized the appearance after the draw against Eintracht Frankfurt. “I’m disappointed with the team’s performance in the first three games,” he said table football. “I expect a significant increase in view of the goals that we want to achieve.”

For the first time since 2007, FCB started the new calendar year with three games without a win, and the lead at the top of the table over the victorious competition has shrunk. Union is one point behind Munich, Leipzig two, Dortmund three.

After the Frankfurt game, those involved were not entirely unanimous in their assessment of what they had seen. While coach Julian Nagelsmann primarily spoke of a “results crisis”, CEO Oliver Kahn made it clear: “Objectively it is noticeable that there are two teams: the team before the World Cup and now the team after the World Cup.” On Wednesday, the cup game in Mainz is a game that undoubtedly has to be won.

FC Bayern, News: Dennis Aogo defends Serge Gnabry

Ex-Bundesliga and national player Dennis Aogo defended Serge Gnabry on a day off after his trip to Paris Fashion Week: “After a defeat, when we had two days off, I was in Mallorca with my girlfriend at the time. This was followed by a huge one media whirl,” Aogo explained to dem table football remembering an experience of my own and spoke of a “hunt”. Of course he didn’t stop at Ballermann at the time, but “you’ll be immediately put in a drawer” – like Gnabry.

“Had Serge seen an art exhibition at the Louvre, he wouldn’t have been pilloried like that. He was just pursuing his passion, which has been known for years, fashion,” Aogo continued. “Football must be ready to change in order to pick up the next generation. The trend is towards greater recognition of individual stars. The extroverted professionals in particular play a major role for the clubs.”

Aogo didn’t want to say that professionals “can do anything. But a player like Gnabry represents added value for FC Bayern because he is who he is.” After all, football is “also entertainment. The standards that were set here are a bit outdated”, after all Gnabry “didn’t move around the houses”.

FC Bayern around Kahn and sports director Hasan Salihamidzic had clearly criticized Gnabry after his trip to Paris, Salihamidzic even described him as “amateurish”. Stefan Effenberg made a similar statement in Sport1 double pass. “Uli would have thrown completely different words at us,” he said about the clarifying conversation between Gnabry and Salihamidzic afterwards, which is said to have been over after 20 minutes.

FC Bayern, News: Summer scene causes discussions

Bayern new signing Yann Sommer caused a controversial scene in the game against Frankfurt when he rushed out of his penalty area after a long ball to Randal Kolo Muani and with a sliding tackle hit both the ball and the opponent. Referee Sven Jablonski decided on a foul and a yellow card for the ex-Gladbach player. “I was actually relatively sure, I had the ball between my legs,” Sommer wondered about the decision.

Sommer, whose first three Bayern games ended 1-1, continued: “From my point of view it was a good tackle, I try to just go for the ball. There was no stretched leg.” Jablonski, on the other hand, explained in conversation with the table footballthat the intensity of the tackle was the main reason for the whistle for him, although Sommer also caught the ball. “It would have been red if he hadn’t caught the ball and there was a 100 percent chance of an empty Bayern goal,” he explained.