Lothar Matthäus criticizes FC Bayern again – Hasan Salihamidzic in particular is criticized by the record national player.
Munich – The FC Bayern Munich is undoubtedly facing a trend-setting transfer summer. With his statements, head coach Julian Nagelsmann indicated the demand for a transfer offensive. Sports director Hasan Salihamidzic recently spoke of a “statement transfer” that was imminent.
Son Nick Salihamidzic dished out against Brazzo’s critics. Now, however, there is again a fuss about a Spanish island at FC Bayern! Salihamidzic was spotted in a club in Mallorca in the middle of the night. for skyExpert Lothar Matthäus reason enough to renew his criticism of the FCB sports director.
Matthäus in conflict: “Humanly that is absolutely understandable.”
“First the team was on Ibiza after an embarrassing performance in Mainz and now the sports director is being photographed on the dance floor in a disco on Mallorca at a very late hour. Unfortunately, that’s totally unfortunate again,” writes the two-time world champion in his column sky. Matthew but has an explanation. “I was not a child of sadness either and, especially in the current situation, I can understand that Hasan would like a little distraction from everyday life.”
Matthäus himself knows what sporting criticism and private challenges feel like. “Humanly, that’s absolutely understandable,” says the man, who had a total of five marriages. Matthew nevertheless emphasizes Salihamidzic’s responsibility. “Leaving the dance floor of a disco at around two o’clock is not ideal in his position and the current situation.”
FC Bayern: Matthäus joins Magath criticism
With the mixed situation, Matthäus of course addresses the problems with squad planning for the coming season. “I currently have the impression at FC Bayern that things are just being let go at all levels. According to the motto: what the heck…”, so the strong criticism of Matthew.
The record national player addresses one of his favorite topics again: “That’s not the Bayern DNA that I know and I miss it deeply,” he complains: “So Felix Magath is not only an excellent coach, but also a good fortune teller. He felt that Bayern had been out of breath for days,” was Matthäus’ sobering conclusion.
What is the plan for more air at FC Bayern? Is Hasan Salihamidzic’s dream player an alternative again?