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FC Bayern, news and rumours: President Herbert Hainer criticizes the lack of greed



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President Herbert Hainer criticized the lack of greed in FC Bayern’s performance against Leverkusen. Former national player Philipp Lahm gives a devastating verdict on PSG after the Champions League elimination. All news and rumors about FCB can be found here.

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FC Bayern Munich, News: Hainer criticizes greed

After the 2-1 defeat against Bayer 04 Leverkusen and the resulting loss of the table lead, Bayern President Herbert Hainer criticized the Munich team’s lack of attitude.

“You saw that if we don’t put 100 percent greed on the pitch, it’s not enough either. That was disappointing, we didn’t put enough commitment and mentality on the pitch,” said the 68-year-old to the AZ.

Nevertheless, the FCB President believes that it is a one-off slip. “We don’t have a mentality problem!” said Hainer. “Such unusual situations usually always challenge us – and we usually have the right answer.”

FC Bayern must therefore pull together in the coming weeks to bag the eleventh championship in a row. Above all, the direct duel with Borussia Dortmund is crucial. “We still have everything in our own hands, BVB at home in just under two weeks. And then we just have to win!”

FC Bayern Munich, News: Lahm pulls over PSG

Ex-Bayern professional Philipp Lahm made a harsh judgment about Paris Saint-Germain. In his column for the Time the former German national player wrote that one almost had to feel sorry for the French after the CL elimination against Bayern: “PSG can make one sad.”

At the same time, Lahm also struck out against the superstar ensemble led by Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappé. “Kylian Mbappé is a story in itself,” explained Lahm. “In Munich he was just waiting for the ball to fall at his feet. I have no idea how Mbappé’s career should blossom in Paris.”

In the opinion of the 39-year-old, the qualities of the French world champion would not come into their own at all with the Parisians. “His skill is used without purpose, aim or direction. Individuals at PSG just don’t know how to score a goal together and what they should contribute to.”

Lahm’s conclusion about Messi is similar. “Messi was helpless and desperate.” Despite the congenial duo, “nowhere near anything supernatural was created against Bayern […] One can feel sorry for the many PSG fans who have traveled to Munich. Your hope that something could grow together dies every year.”

For the Ligue 1 club, the transfer of the Argentine would therefore only have been worthwhile for political reasons. “Football is suitable for other purposes because of its popularity as a tool. The owner, the country of Qatar, used Paris and Europe for its security and geopolitics, as did its players. That’s the world,” said Lahm.

FC Bayern Munich, News: Roca talks about FCB time

Marc Roca spoke about his time at Bayern Munich. For the 26-year-old, the positive memories outweigh the negative.

“It was an incredible period of development for me. It was a good step in my life – not easy, but I think I’ve grown a lot,” he said in an interview The Athletic.

At the same time, however, Roca also reported difficulties in adjusting, especially at the beginning of his time in Bayern. “My German is fine and I had to learn it because from the start all team meetings were in German,” said the Spaniard.

The fact that he had not been able to assert himself with the German record champions in the long term was mainly due to the strong competition in central midfield. “Joshua Kimmich played, I shared a position with him and I have to accept that he was a really important player at Bayern and for the German national team. Sometimes things are like that,” said Roca.

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FC Bayern Munich: The next games of FCB

date and venue Opponent
Sat., April 1, 6.30 p.m. (Allianz Arena) Borussia Dortmund (Bundesliga)
Tuesday, April 4, 8:45 p.m. (Allianz Arena) SC Freiburg (DFB Cup)
Sat., April 8th, 3.30 p.m. (Europa-Park Stadium) SC Freiburg (Bundesliga)