Lothar Matthew has criticized FC Bayern’s leaders. The bosses would not work out the blamable in the quarterfinals of the Champions League against FC Villarreal, so the record national player.
“We were eliminated in the quarterfinals. That’s why we will not break out in tears. We have the opportunity to attack again next year.” This reaction from board leader Oliver Kahn to the blamable from FC Bayern in the Champions League encounters the longtime Munich and today’s TV expert Lothar Matthäus. “The statements afterwards were surprised by me,” wrote the 61-year-old in a column for the “kicker”.
But he was “not for personal details” at FC Bayern, Matthew adopted, but alone around the club. “Not that it says again, I shame against Oliver Kahn or Hasan Salihamidzic, that has nothing to do with it.”
FC Bayern among the ex-bosses “personal”
Nevertheless, Matthew was convinced that under the old leadership around Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Uli Hoeneß, a different wind would have blown.
Both would have helped Bayern “with their kind best, even from the human, a paternal side. Everything seemed to be personal, the familial and coincidence broken away, most recently there was the under Hansi Flick”.
Matthew criticized: Kahn as well as President and Supervisory Board Herbert Hainer “talked about the 1: 1 more beautiful than it was. Three large chances are not Bayern Like, claim and quality actually higher”. It lacks the “classic FC-Bayern DNA”.
“Too many depths” at FC Bayern
As a player Kahn always talked to Klartext, says Matthäus. “It would be nice if he would return there. He can not say that one is satisfied with their own performance and did not see the tactics at Villarreal. If this is the claim thinking of Bayern, then he is shrewd in the wrong direction “
Overall, the world champion of 1990, FC Bayern “had too many depths in this season”, both in a Matthewy as well as overlooking the action of the management level. Matthew recalled the turbulent Annual General Meeting with the discussions around the controversial Qatar sponsorship as well as the continued discussions on contract renewals with players who dominated the headlines over the past few weeks.
In addition to the disappointing performance in the Champions League, the “Blamable Cup in Mönchengladbach” as well as the defeats in Augsburg or Bochum, Matthäus stated in addition to the disappointing performance in the Champions League and the defeats in Augsburg or Bochum.