FC Bayern: The dangerous proximity of Hoeneß and Rummenigge
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Uli Hoeneß shaped an era at FC Bayern. But the two creators also mix strongly in their heart club after their farewell from day-to-day business. Will you become a problem for the new club guide around Oliver Kahn and Hasan Salihamidzic?
- Junction at FC Bayern for Karl-Heinz Rummenigge
- FC Bayern: Uli Hoeneß turns against Oliver Kahn
- “No clear structure” at FC Bayern
- Does the new leadership of FC Bayern have to dissolve?
Advice are also beatings, says the vernacular. Whether at transfer matters or the cadre planning: Karl-Heinz Rummenigge always has a parate for FC Bayern.
Of course, the 66-year-old would like to ask for his opinion, he can look back at around 30 years in responsible positions at the record champion. And even the current Bavaria leadership is likely to benefit from his expertise.
But the special thing: not infrequently, he practices criticism of current players of Bayern or engages in the transfer policy. An official post of Bayern has not been in FC Bayern since last summer since he had voluntarily issued the CEO to Oliver Kahn.
There would be about his public criticism of Summer Transfer Marcel Sabitzer, the “much cost” but did not improve the “squad”. There would be Rummenigges assumptions that the FC Bayern does not require Erling Haaland. And above all his, partly exclusive, opinion in the Causa Niklas Sule would be.
Junction at FC Bayern for Karl-Heinz Rummenigge
The ex-Boss wanted to be no tear to the release-free transfer to league-rival Borussia Dortmund changing center defenders namely. The international has “never really prevailed on his position,” Rummenigge was “Sky” at the end of January.
It did not take long, since the Slee advocates countered – namely from their own ranks, after all, the 26-year-old to date was the Bayern defender with most missions in the squad.
Thus captain new the opinion of his former supervisor could win little, is “an important cornerstone”. Not least attributed head coach Julian Nagelsmann was disappointed that the defense man did not want to extend and congratulated the BVB to the coup.
FC Bayern: Uli Hoeneß turns against Oliver Kahn
As is known, Uli Hoeneß, who has, as a simple supervisory board member, has a direct influence on the skills at Bayern. The Honorary President was conspicuous in the recent past in Bayerns issues, he was for structural all the louder.
That had to determine the own bossboss and the Bayerns board at its own body.
The discussion was published in the spring of the discussion about a possible playoff reform in the Bundesliga. While Oliver Kahn confessed, the idea in principle opposite opposedly opposite, highlighted at “Servus TV”: “That’s his opinion – my opinion is not. I think that’s ridiculous.” The concept is “but only a law against Bayern Munich,” the 70-year-old weathered.
No less brisant was Hoeneß ‘chat in an interview with the “time” in which he became known that his protegé Hasan Salihamidzic in the course of the conflict with Triple coach Hansi Flick within the association was considered very controversial. Previously, he had ruffled Salihamidzic in the “11bect” podcast because of its strategy on the transfer market. Statements that “Brazzo” could hardly help raise his standing.
“No clear structure” at FC Bayern
How to Toxic that constellation is for the current leadership, in Felix Magath recently emphasized one, who knows the inner life of Bayern only too well. The ex-coach worked between 2004 and 2007 at the Säbener Straße and knows about the ongoing influence of Uli Hoeneß.
At FC Bayern there is “unrest” and “no clear structure” in the leadership roots, as the former responsible persons still hug their threads, Magath was finally judged at “Sky”. Salihamidzic, for example, have a problem that he can “never decide everything al1. He must first discuss things with Hoeneß when it comes to contracts like Robert Lewandowski or Manuel Neuer.”
In addition, Magath had doubts about how well the relationship between Kahn and Hoeneß was. It is clear only that the ex-goalkeeper has as CEO and successor to Rummenigge “a very heavy job”.
Does the new leadership of FC Bayern have to dissolve?
A way out for the new leaders such as Oliver Kahn and Hasan Salihamidzic would be a complete encapsulation of the former creators.
As long as the personal opinion of Uli Hoeneß and Karl-Heinz Rummenigge is set equal with the attitude of Bayern, they also engage in day-to-day business.
In reverse, Kahn, Salihamidzic and even Hoeneß Successors Herbert Hainer are also looking for their own profile, which is the basis for a new era at the record champion.
And last but not least: as long as further (rat) blows of Uli Hoeneß and Karl-Heinz Rummenigge will follow.