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Oliver Kahn “definitely not” freaked out after being released



Oliver Kahn “definitely not” freaked out after being released

Oliver Kahn has rejected reports that he lost his composure after being fired as Bayern Munich CEO.

“The claim that I freaked out when I was informed about the dismissal is definitely not true,” the 53-year-old wrote on Twitter on Sunday.

Kahn said he was informed of the separation on Friday by a phone call from President Herbert Hainer. “It was a calm and matter-of-fact conversation. I was just surprised at this activism, why this decision was now brought forward.”

On Saturday morning he was informed that he could not travel to Bayern’s last game at 1. FC Köln (2-1), Kahn continued. “I accepted this decision calmly.”

Of course he was “disappointed, but I’m really happy about this championship and I’m happy for the team, the coach and our fans,” wrote Kahn. He closed his contribution with the words: “MiaSanMeister”.

FC Bayern: President Herbert Hainer contradicts Kahn

During a press conference on Sunday, Bayern President Herbert Hainer gave a different picture of the conversation: “Unfortunately, it didn’t go so well, I have to say. It was very emotional. We couldn’t agree with Oliver that we could manage the termination amicably.” , he reported.

Here you can read Hainer’s statements in detail.