Michael Rummenigge reported on the life of his brother Karl-Heinz after he left as CEO of FC Bayern Munich. On Tuesday evening, FC Bayern will be visiting Borussia Dortmund for the Supercup. President Herbert Hainer wants to set an example in the fight against climate change. Here you can find news and rumors about FCB.
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Michael Rummenigge: “Kalle has become much looser”
Michael Rummenigge reported on the life of his brother Karl-Heinz after he left as CEO of FC Bayern Munich. “We last met on Sylt and Kalle has become much more relaxed. We laugh a lot at any nonsense like we used to,” said Rummenigge Sport1. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge handed over his position at FC Bayern to Oliver Kahn on July 1st.
According to his brother, he now wants to “enjoy life with the family. He now has more time for his wife and children”. At the same time, he continues to follow what is happening at his ex-club. “Before Bayern’s Gladbach game I said to him ‘It will be tight’ and he just said ‘no, we can do it'”, said Michael Rummenigge. “His heart is still there, but he had to go down from 100 to zero and that is good for him – physically and mentally.”
FC Bayern did not get more than 1-1 in the Bundesliga opener against Borussia Mönchengladbach on Friday.
FC Bayern visits BVB for the Supercup
On Tuesday evening (8.30 p.m.), the German champions FC Bayern Munich will be guests at the Supercup at the Cup winners Borussia Dortmund in Signal Iduna Park. The game is broadcast on Sky and Sat1.
Julian Nagelsmann can probably fall back on midfielder Corentin Tolisso, who was last in a corona quarantine. “Tolisso will probably come back. He did a competition replacement training session with the U23 at the weekend, which was outstanding, also in terms of role model function. He also made a good impression with us during the two sessions. If everything goes well , we’ll take him with us, “said Nagelsmann.
All other voices from the press conference can be found here.
Supercup: the expected lineups
Dortmund: Kobel – Passlack, Papadopoulos, Akanji, N. Schulz – Dahoud – Bellingham, Reyna – Reus – Malen, Haaland
President Herbert Hainer from FC Bayern wants to set an example in the fight against climate change. “From waste avoidance to the use of energy-saving technologies to the electric cars that our professionals drive. We will continue to intensify our commitment there. The goal is a climate-neutral Allianz Arena,” said Hainer dem kicker.