Didi Hamann sharply attacked those responsible at FC Bayern Munich because of the way in which the previous CEO Oliver Kahn and the previous sports director Hasan Salihamidzic were dismissed immediately after winning the eleventh Bundesliga title in a row. “Oliver Kahn and Hasan Salihamidzic didn’t deserve that,” he said sky.
You can think what you want about the work of the two, but these are two well-deserved players and also officials. To do that a minute or five minutes later after winning the championship is undignified. And if Bayern think that if a Kahn is gone and a Salihamidzic that things will get better, then they will take a look around. Because what they did today cannot be surpassed in terms of disrespect,” added Hamann, who played for the German record champions from 1993 to 1998.
Shortly after surprisingly winning their eleventh championship title in a row, FC Bayern Munich announced that Kahn and Salihamidzic had been recalled. While Salihamidzic celebrated the 2-1 win against 1. FC Köln and the title win in the stands and later on the pitch with the team, Oliver Kahn did not even make the trip to Cologne.
First it was rumored in Cologne that Kahn was ill. On Instagram and in conversation with Picture But Kahn made it clear: “The club has forbidden me to travel to the game in Cologne and to attend the championship celebration.” The previous CFO Jan-Christian Dreesen (55) takes over for Kahn, the successor to Salihamidzic has not yet been decided.
For Hamann, one thing is certain: “Regardless of who takes over now, Bayern really have to be careful because what they are doing now is unworthy of FC Bayern. They have to be careful that they don’t let themselves be divided or fall apart because what you made today with this announcement, that’s cheeky.”