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Lothar Matthäus reports on Uli Hoeneß’ angry calls



Lothar Matthäus reports on Uli Hoeneß' angry calls

Lothar Matthäus has revealed that he receives regular angry calls from Uli Hoeneß. The reason: His statements about FC Bayern as sky-Expert.

“If the phone rings on Sunday morning and says anonymously, it can only be Uli,” Matthäus said during a football talk sky-Colleague Ricardo Basile: “Because he followed the game on Saturday night, which I accompanied as an expert. And if Bayern then lost, then he complains for five minutes.”

“I can’t get a word in there, only Uli Hoeneß is talking. That’s incredible,” continued the 1990 world champion: “He scolds and scolds. And when Uli Hoeneß runs out of breath, you say: ‘Uli, I can do it too what to say?’ Then it goes another minute and at some point you get talking. After 15, 20 minutes he says: ‘Come by Tegernsee and let’s have a glass of wine.'”

If FC Bayern plays badly, he can’t praise the record champions, said Matthäus. In any case, the 61-year-old feels confirmed in his criticism, which he attaches to the transfers of Marcel Sabitzer, Marc Roca, Bouna Sarr or Jann-Fiete Arp, for example.

“Now everyone should go, although they still have valid contracts. Well, somewhere my statements from the last two years were appropriate. In the end, they react like that and actually agree with me,” says Matthäus.

Matthäus wore the FC Bayern jersey between 1984 and 1988 and from 1992 to 2000. During this time, Hoeneß was the manager of the Munich team.