Uli Hoeness made for a curious appearance in a live broadcast. He defended Salihamidzic and approached the journalists present.
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"I have the following in my heart: that large parts of the group are utterly disrespectful about Hasan Salihamidzic, especially this Mr. Fenske (Marco Fenske, editor-in-chief of the editorial network Germany, Anm.d.Red. ), who has absolutely no idea, "rumbled Hoeneb.
Bayern Munich: Hoeneb defended Salihamidzic
And the 67-year-old added: "To be honest, Hasan did a good job this year, and I must remember that the transfers of Benjamin Pavard, Lucas Hernandez and not least Alphonso Davies have grown on his crap are happy that we made sensational transfers with these three players. "
Salihamidzic is in the public perception way too bad off, Hoeneb complained: "I think it is outrageous that he was not mentioned at all, as if it would not exist at all Especially in recent weeks, he was in all decisions that Fully integrated, we will have a lot of fun with him at FC Bayern. "
Hoeness: Kahn is involved in FC Bayern Munich in coach search
Hoeneb also commented on the coaching search of the German record champion and made clear that Oliver Kahn will have a say. "Perhaps or very likely," CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Salihamidzic, who are tasked with the search, "also speak with Oliver Kahn and Herbert Hainer," and I will also be there, "Hoeneb reported.
Kahn will become a member of the board of FC Bayern starting in January and succeeding Rummenigge on January 1, 2022. Hoeneb retires at the annual general meeting on Friday from the post of president, he should follow Herbert Hainer. The former CEO of adidas is already deputy chairman of the supervisory board at Bayern, Hoeneb wants to continue this body after the resignation as president as a simple member.
Really Bayern President Hoeneb on the phone – or Beisenherz?
The appearance of Hoeneb abruptly caused all sorts of speculation, as the FCB president sounded very strange. For example, it has been suggested that comedy writer Micky Beisenherz, who frequently parodies Hoeneb, might be behind the phone call.
"I'm currently on the train from Frankfurt to Hamburg and have not been in Uli Hoeneb at the moment Sport1-two Beisenherz then wrote Twitter ,
Sport1 responded to his homepage as follows: "Micky Beisenherz is a gifted Hoeneb impersonator We can assure: It was the original!"