Critics of Oliver Kann are getting louder and Uli Hoeneß is also said to be wary of his development. Robert Lewandowski has reportedly signaled his willingness to extend the contract in the fall. FC Bayern mourns the loss of its former coach. Here you can find FCB news and rumors.
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FC Bayern Munich rumor: Oliver Kahn’s criticism is getting louder – Uli Hoeneß would also be skeptical
Critics of Oliver Kahn at Bayern Munich have grown stronger in recent days. From now on, the chairman of the board of directors should also experience the first headwind, albeit slight, internally. According to picture Uli Hoeneß watches the development of the former titan goalkeeper with suspicion. Last reported on SZ that the 52-year-old wouldn’t particularly care. A certain silence between the new management and the football staff is heard.
According to information from SPOX and BUT, Kahn’s inaccessibility causes awkwardness at the office. Rummenigge’s successor only surrounds himself with a small circle of confidants, it is said from the middle and, unlike his predecessors, the doors are no longer open.
Hoeneß also wonders why Kahn no longer seeks to exchange with him, reports the picture. The 2001 Champions League winner took over as CEO of Bayern in the summer and succeeded Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, who has also been critical of Bayern recently. “The impression was created that only contract negotiations were taking place all the time and everything was constantly being discussed publicly,” the 66-year-old said. picture: “It’s not good, it’s not useful at this stage of the season.” The former top striker was probably also referring to the events surrounding Robert Lewandowski.
FC Bayern Munich: Kahn takes a stand on criticism
Sunday afternoon, Oliver Kahn spoke in the double pass to sport1 on criticism of FC Bayern Munich and his person. “I even have two doors in my office and it would be news to me if they weren’t open,” the FCB boss said: “It doesn’t make much sense to compare things like that. Uli Hoeneß was Uli Hoeneß, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge was Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and now I do things the way I think they are good for Bayern.”
And yet the exchange, especially with Hoeneß, is important for him. “Uli is someone who comes into the office once in a while and I really appreciate that,” Kahn explained, “I always say to Uli: come more often, open the door, come in and tell me that I don’t like what you did at all.”
There have also been criticisms recently because FC Bayern let agents show them. The former world goalkeeper made it clear: “We let ourselves be guided in the arena by the nose ring? I would be very careful there.” It had become financially more difficult for FC Bayern during the corona pandemic to meet expectations, especially financially. “FC Bayern cannot afford this on a large scale, as it may be the case in England, where people who cost 80, 90 or 100 million euros are sitting on the bench,” said soberly. Kahn, for example about the situation of the team. .
FC Bayern Munich, News: Club mourns loss of former youth workers
FC Bayern Munich mourns the loss of former youth coach Herbert Harbich, who worked for the club for 35 years. He “lived FCB with every fiber of his body and accompanied countless players such as the last Champions League winners Philipp Lahm, Bastian Schweinsteiger, David Alaba and Thomas Müller with great passion on their way to football. professional”, indicates the official message of Munich on this subject.
When he left in 2014, he was named the record champion’s first honorary adviser. Harbich died Thursday of a serious illness at the age of 80.
FC Bayern Munich: This is how you see the game between Arminia Bielefeld and FCB
The match between Arminia Bielefeld and FC Bayern Munich begins this Sunday, April 17 at 3:30 p.m. The venue for the duel on matchday 30 of the Bundesliga is the Schüco Arena in Bielefeld. You can follow the encounter exclusively on DAZN today. On DAZN 1, you can watch the duel live and in full today.
FC Bayern: Upcoming matches
|April 17||3:30 p.m.||Bundesliga||Arminia Bielefeld (A)|
|April 23||6:30 p.m.||Bundesliga||Borussia Dortmund (H)|
|April 30||3:30 p.m.||Bundesliga||FSV Mainz 05 (A)|