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FC Bayern Munich – Matthäus criticizes FCB management: “Not a good figure”



FC Bayern Munich – Matthäus criticizes FCB management: "Not a good figure"

Record national player Lothar Matthäus criticized the management level of record champion Bayern Munich after coach Julian Nagelsmann left. “Those responsible for Bayern have not cut a good figure lately,” said the 1990 world champion on RTL/ntv. It is “no longer the ‘Mia san mia’ that always distinguished Bayern in the days of Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Uli Hoeneß.”

One must, demanded Matthew, “back to the roots, to family interactions”. That “always made Bayern strong in the past,” he said, “I’ve missed that in the last one to one and a half years.” The separation from Nagelsmann is “actually no longer a big surprise” for him. The former FC Bayern captain cites “the sporting but also personal situation” surrounding Nagelsmann as reasons.

Lip service like that of President Herbert Hainer “makes you unbelievable”. Earlier this week, Hainer had im table football asserts: “We want to build something with him. You can see clear progress in these year and a half. Julian is doing very well. The coaching discussion in between came from outside, we didn’t start it off the fence.”

The new coach Thomas Tuchel is a “good choice” for Matthäus, he said on Sky. “He can do the Champions League, he can do the DFB Cup, and above all he can do Borussia Dortmund,” he added, referring to the Bundesliga cracker on April 1 against BVB: “He knows Borussia Dortmund and that’s why I think , it is the ideal solution according to Julian Nagelsmann.”