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FC Bayern – News and rumours: FCB bus probably left without Leroy Sané



FC Bayern, news and rumours, Leroy Sané, Dietmar Hamann, Joao Cancelo

Leroy Sané is said to have missed the bus at FC Bayern, João Cancelo talks about German football and a critic speaks up. The news and rumors about FCB can be found here.

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FC Bayern – Rumor: FCB bus left without Leroy Sané

Attacking player Leroy Sané is always a big topic at FC Bayern, be it through strong performances or because of his not always positive body language. Now reported Picturethat the team bus left without the national player before the away game in Mönchengladbach.

Specifically, Sané is said to have missed the departure of the bus last Friday. Accordingly, the departure was planned for 4:15 p.m. on Säbener Straße in the direction of Oberpfaffenhofen Airport and Sané was not there.

Sané, who is reported to have been unpunctual in recent weeks, appeared six minutes after the appointment. Before that, he had voluntarily practiced free kicks after training.

It is unclear whether the Munich buses left on time or even ahead of time. Sané then drove the car behind. In addition, the exact connection is unclear. The newspaper speculates about a possible disciplinary measure, but has no information on this.

However, Sané was initially on the bench in Mönchengladbach and was only substituted on in the second half when the record champions lost 3-2.

As a result, however, Sané is said to have always appeared on time for training.

FC Bayern – Report: FCB was the first to get in touch with João Cancelo

FC Bayern surprised in the winter transfer window by signing full-back João Cancelo, who was loaned from Manchester City. Now the Portuguese explained how the short-term change came about.

“When they found out I was on the market, they were the first to come forward and they did everything they could to sign me. It’s a great honor for me,” Cancelo revealed Oh Jogo.

Cancelo didn’t have to think long then, even if the Bundesliga wasn’t his biggest focus so far, as he admitted: “I didn’t follow the German league that much before I came here, but in all the games I played they were Stadiums are spectacular. In the last game against Borussia Mönchengladbach, there were 45,000 people. Before I came to Bayern, I played against Dortmund and I could see that they also have a great stadium. We played in the Allianz Arena, which is also spectacular and when you walk in, it feels like 75,000 people are cheering you on.”

And Cancelo also likes the football itself: “I noticed that football is played in Germany in a very physical way and the players are very good tactically. The German teams are very intelligent in the way they play. That’s the impression , which I got from those first games.”

As for his future, Cancelo is realistic about the situation: “Bayern have an option to buy, I don’t know if they will take it or not, but as long as I’m here I’ll do my best.”

FC Bayern – News: Dietmar Hamann doubts the discipline of Munich

FC Bayern has to take criticism from many sides these days, and now it has also come up sky-Expert Dietmar Hamann has his say again. In his column, he talked about what he considers to be Munich’s biggest problem at the moment.

“Bayern have a discipline problem. Neuer skis in the risk area, Gnabry flies to the fashion show, Sané doesn’t care about punctuality and since last week the coach has also been in this illustrious circle of the undisciplined,” the former international played Nagelsmann’s recent freak out, for which he has to pay a fine of 50,000 euros.

For Hamann it is clear: “The club must get this under control and, above all, punish players who are often guilty of something.”

However, that does not stop Hamann from giving a positive prognosis for the upcoming home game against Union Berlin on Sunday (5.30 p.m. live on DAZN): “In terms of sport, they will not have any major problems with Union on Sunday. It is a very good time to look to the Surprise of the year. They had big problems against Schalke and they will still be tired after the game against Ajax.”

FC Bayern Munich: The next three games of FCB

date and venue Opponent
Sunday, February 26, 5:30 p.m. (Allianz Arena) Union Berlin (Bundesliga)
Sat., March 4th, 6.30 p.m. (Mercedes Benz Arena) VfB Stuttgart (Bundesliga)
Wed., March 8, 9 p.m. (Allianz Arena) Paris Saint Germain (Champions League)