Uli Hoeneß criticizes the actions of investor clubs and calls for the 50+1 rule to be abolished, Hansi Flick praises the performance of Bayern Munich against PSG and Noussair Mazraoui starts training with the ball again. The news and rumors about FC Bayern.
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FCB, News: Uli Hoeneß criticizes investor clubs
Uli Hoeneß has criticized the approach of investor clubs. “It’s slowly becoming difficult to keep a certain balance internationally,” said the honorary president of FC Bayern Munich on Thursday in Hanover at the talk format kick-off new press.
Hoeneß expects that “clubs from the Middle East will be bought up more and more in the next one or two years. Qatar wants to buy Manchester United, Saudi Arabia wants to buy Liverpool FC – then it will be funny for us,” predicted the 71-year-old .
Hoeneß is particularly concerned about the financial approach. “If they manage to circumvent financial fair play through payments that cannot be verified, then the game is open without borders,” he warned.
According to Hoeneß, it is difficult that UEFA “cannot simply check whether the correct documents are received”. The game against PSG, sponsored by Qatar, was particularly “irritating” for him. The 1-0 win “proved that money doesn’t always score goals”.
FCB, News: Hoeneß teases Watzke and takes Oliver Kahn to task
Hoeneß has joined the talk format of the new press also spoke out against the 50+1 rule again. “We would be totally in favor of this regulation being dropped,” he reiterated his well-known position. The reason: This puts the Bundesliga “totally behind internationally. That’s why England is far ahead of us internationally.” Hoeneß also shot at the supporters of the regulation, calling it “hypocritical”.
In addition, Hoeneß set a tip against the DFL with supervisory board boss Hans-Joachim Watzke. When asked why “just a Dortmunder” was given this position and thus the greatest claim to leadership in German football, Hoeneß said: “Dortmund have a small lead, but in the end they will be second again.”
An urgent appeal was therefore made to the Bayern management team around Oliver Kahn. “The influence of FC Bayern in the DFL is not enough for me. In my view, they are too reserved. I think there should be more Bayern Munich, more ‘Mia san Mia’, in German football,” Hoeneß wished.
FC Bayern, News: Hansi Flick praises the quality of Munich
National coach Hansi Flick praised FC Bayern for its performance against PSG in the Champions League. FCB “played very well and deserved to win,” explained Flick RTL during the half-time break of the Europa League game between Bayer Leverkusen and AS Monaco.
The Parisians showed in the final phase “what quality they have. Nevertheless, I think the way Bayern played showed what quality they had”, praised the 57- Year-old the record champion.
“It’s about the players developing (…), that there is an upward trend – from everyone,” said Flick. “That’s why we’re happy and we’re looking forward to the international matches in March,” said the German national coach with confidence.
FCB, News: Noussair Mazraoui back on the ball
Noussair Mazraoui is arguably a huge step closer to returning to the pitch. According to his club, the right-back trained on the ball for the first time this Thursday.
After contracting Covid during the World Cup in Qatar, the Moroccan was diagnosed with pericarditis. As a result, the 25-year-old was no longer able to play a compulsory game.
However, it is still unclear when Mazraoui can return to team training. This season he has made 18 appearances and registered three assists.