Bayern midfielder Angelo Stiller has opposite kicker settled with the procedure of his parent club. After Joshua Kimmich announced that he wanted to be vaccinated, Germany’s Health Minister Karl Lauterbach spoke up. Here you can find news about FC Bayern Munich.
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FC Bayern, News – Loan player Stiller reckons: “That was a slap in the face”
Bayern’s midfielder Angelo Stiller (20) is currently collecting playing time as a loan player at TSG Hoffenheim and has compared to the kicker now settled with the action of his parent club. Under Hansi Flick, the Munich-based Stiller did not trust the next step and instead put Tiago Dantas (20) and Marc Roca (25) in front of his nose. “Of course I was shocked, it was like a slap in the face,” explained Stiller: “I never really got a chance.”
Instead, Stiller went to Hoffenheim, took his chance and received a good report from TSG coach Sebastian Hoeneß: “As a central midfielder, he has incredible strategic skills. Angelo can read a game and dictate it from the sixth position.” Stiller is technically strong and can also use players on the offensive with his “fine” left foot. Hoeneß: “A really exciting player at a very young age!”
Stiller also regards an old Bayern star as his role model, who also no longer plays for the record champions – Thiago Alcantara. “That was a different house number, the way he recognized and used rooms, but also closed them, that was brutally good,” enthuses Stiller.
FC Bayern, News: “Deserves respect” – Federal Minister reacts to Kimmich
After Joshua Kimmich announced that he wanted to be vaccinated, Germany’s Health Minister Karl Lauterbach spoke up. “The decision to vaccinate Joshua Kimmich deserves respect. He was never a lateral thinker and only hesitated too long,” wrote the SPD politician via Twitter.
Kimmich had the weekend in one ZDF-Interview explained his change of heart and made an appeal regarding how to deal with his statements. “Some limits were exceeded,” complained Kimmich about the fuss surrounding his situation. “It wasn’t just factual criticism. I’m also just a person who has fears.”
Bavaria’s team doctor Prof. Dr. Roland Schmidt admitted to the kicker now a health update on Kimmich. “We observe a typical course of a mild COVID-19 illness in him,” said Schmidt and explained that Kimmich’s lung problems “are not atypical with milder COVID-19 courses”. At the start of the second half after the first week of January, it should be fully resilient again.
FC Bayern, News: Munich U19s make history
Bayern’s U19 team reached the DFB Cup semi-finals with a 4-3 win against Hertha BSC on Sunday afternoon, making club history. For the first time in the history of FC Bayern, a junior team is in the semi-finals of the DFB Cup, announced the Munich team.
Above all, the goal scorers Lucas Copado, Arijon Ibrahimovic, Emilian Metu and Nemanja Motika, who shot Danny Galm’s team to victory, were able to shine. A great success for Bayern, because in the U19 Bundesliga season south / southwest Munich are only in seventh place in the table, in the UEFA Youth League it was bottom of the group after the group stage.
FC Bayern, News: Who will play against Bayern
Bayern marched in the Champions League group stage and it is not without reason that they are among the big favorites to win the tournament. On Monday, the round of 16 opponents of Munich will be determined. The drawing starts at 12 noon at the UEFA headquarters in Nyon (Switzerland). How you can follow this you can read here.
Champions League, draw for the round of 16: an overview of the 16 clubs