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FC Bayern Munich, news and rumours: the first departure is already fixed



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The first departure at Bayern Munich is apparently already certain. Lothar Matthäus criticizes the change of coach and Thomas Müller is annoyed in an interview after the defeat in Mainz. All news and rumors about FCB at a glance.

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FC Bayern, rumor: First departure apparently fixed

Daley Blind will apparently leave FC Bayern Munich again in the summer. That reports sports1.

The defender, who was only signed on a free transfer in the winter, switched to the Isar to replace the seriously injured Lucas Hernández (torn cruciate ligament). While he still has a future in Munich, Blind’s interlude is probably over.

According to the report, the Dutchman’s contract, which runs until the end of the season, will not be extended. Even when Blind signed, it was not clear whether he would stay with the German record champions for another season.

Blind has only made six appearances so far in the second half of the season, of which he only lasted 90 minutes once – in the 2-3 defeat against Borussia Mönchengladbach. He had recently played no role under either Julian Nagelsmann or Thomas Tuchel.

FC Bayern, News: Lothar Matthäus criticizes the change of coach

After FC Bayern’s 3-1 defeat in Mainz, Lothar Matthäus settled accounts with the club’s officials.

“Oliver Kahn and Hassan definitely have to question themselves. What did we do wrong? What’s not going right? Was the change of coach at the right time?” he said in his role as sky-Expert. In particular, the record national player cannot understand the exchange on the coaching bench from Julian Nagelsmann to Thomas Tuchel.

“In the end, the change of coach didn’t do anything at all! Especially after today’s defeat, you can say it really didn’t do anything,” he said and continued to rumble: “Out of the cup. In my opinion, you let too many things slide. They didn’t speak plainly. They defended themselves. Now they really have to talk tacheles. And also deal critically with themselves.”

Matthew continues: “It is wrong in the front and in the back.” The performance in Mainz was “underground”, especially in the second 45 minutes, according to the former Bayern professional: “That was bad, there wasn’t the fighting spirit, there wasn’t the will. It’s not a team.”

FC Bayern, News: Thomas Müller bluffs a reporter

Thomas Müller was unsurprisingly annoyed after the bankruptcy in Mainz. Especially a question from skyReporter Britta Hofmann was not well received by the 33-year-old.

“How much does it annoy you that you are again sending a through ball towards Dortmund?” she asked in the direction of Bayern’s veteran. He replied: “Is the question serious?”

A little later, Müller still gave insights into his emotional value. He was “extremely” disappointed, “but that’s completely clear. But as I said, I just tried to describe it, I don’t know what else I can add that will help you and me.”

You can find more voices by Müller and Thomas Tuchel here.

FC Bayern, News: Herbert Hainer and Oliver Kahn pissed off

CEO Oliver Kahn and President Herbert Hainer questioned the players of FC Bayern Munich after the blunder against Mainz. The FCB bosses then even went into the players’ cabin for several minutes.

Kahn in particular was pissed off. “Who was the team that wanted to be German champions?” he asked, answering himself: “It was definitely not ours.”

You can find all statements here.

FC Bayern loses table lead to BVB

FC Bayern lost the lead in the table to BVB five games before the end. Borussia Dortmund impressively won 4-0 against Eintracht Frankfurt.

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FC Bayern Munich vs. BVB: The rest of the program in the Bundesliga

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30 VfL Bochum (A) Hertha BSC (H)
31 VfL Wolfsburg (H) Werder Bremen (A)
32 Borussia M’Gladbach (H) Schalke 04 (H)
33 FC Augsburg (A) RB Leipzig (H)
34 Mainz 05 (H) 1. FC Cologne (A)