Munich crisis in the loop: something with Bavaria

Everyone is talking about the crisis at the German champions. What to do? Eliminate errors is one suggestion.

Oliver Kahn, Lothar Matthäus in conversation at the TV expert table with two other people

Serious topic: Lothar Matthäus (right) confronts Bayern boss Oliver Kahn (2nd from left). Photo: imago

The weekly newspaper has seven major crises The time recently counted in the world. One could really despair – especially since a crisis that has filled many newspaper pages in recent days has been completely forgotten in the listing: the decline of FC Bayern Munich.

After leaving the DFB Cup, the daring dreams of the Champions League have also been ridiculed. The Bavarian Prime Minister Markus Söder was even asked for his advice or maybe not. In any case, he advised: “Less hairstyles, less fashion, less trappings.” It is also important that the team finally emit more goal danger again and bring more concentration to the pitch. Coach Thomas Tuchel will certainly think about it.

Every hint as to how FC Bayern Munich could be helped in the current emergency is currently given a prominent place in all media. “Hamann counts on Tuchel and Brazzo!” was a headline, but behind it lay new ideas on how further catastrophes could be prevented. “Oliver Kahn has to make sure that he raises his profile and that he is perceived in the way that is expected of a CEO,” said former Bayern professional Dietmar Hamann.

Lothar Matthäus, another ex, reassured: “No one has to go, but the mistakes that have been made must be eliminated.” most stable more”.

Constantly questioning

Of course, Stefan Effenberg has an important say. During his active time in Munich he was finally called “Aggressive Leader”. He did not want to attack the club management directly. “But they should reflect and discuss the values ​​that the club stands for. You have to constantly question yourself. That also applies to the bosses at Bayern.”

Markus Babbel pointed out: “Hoeneß didn’t do everything right at the beginning either.” And a bit surly that he was only consulted now that it’s almost too late, he explained: “I’ve been saying it for half a year : The grass in the Allianz Arena is a disaster. The home advantage is gone. … The pitch just isn’t Bayern-like.”

After the elimination against Manchester City, the poor grass also played a major role in Tuchel’s analysis of mistakes. Now he has immediately signed Peter Sauer, VfL Wolfsburg’s longtime greenkeeper. The first signing that the coach has made clear for the coming season. That was also one of the really big sports stories of those days.

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