In his role as TV expert for RTL Lothar Matthäus spoke about the crisis at Bayern Munich as part of Bayer Leverkusen’s Europa League game. “It’s rumbling” in Munich, said the ex-Bayern professional.
Matthäus continues: “This morning, the name of Oliver Kahn was also mentioned to me on the phone, that the position is definitely not the most stable anymore.” On Thursday there was much speculation about a premature replacement of Kahn as CEO.
However, the record national player does not believe that it would be a good idea to part with Kahn: “No one has to go, but the mistakes that have been made must be corrected.”
The 62-year-old also approached Bayern President Herbert Hainer: “The last thing I heard from Herbert Hainer was an interview from five or six weeks ago, where he said we were planning the future with Nagelsmann. And ten days later it was He left. After that he disappeared from the scene. These people in particular have to show strength at the moment. They also have to address the mistakes, the weaknesses. All the restlessness, the change of coach, was it the right time? Yes or no? The results after no.”
The words of praise from coach Thomas Tuchel after the two games against ManCity are also a thorn in Matthäus’ side: “When I hear: ‘We hooked them twice.’ Yes, then I’ll fish them out.”
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