Oliver Kahn will have a say in coaching Bayern Munich, according to current President Uli Hoeneb. "Perhaps or very likely" CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and sports director Hasan Salihamidzic, who are tasked with the search, "also with Oliver Kahn and Herbert Hainer" speak, "and I will be there," said Hoeneb on Sunday at a spontaneous call in the show "Doppelpass" at Sport1.
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.
Kahn wishes a man with program as a new coach. "I think it's important to get away from any names, from big names. You have to think about which football Bayern Munich stands for, which coach suits it ", said the former captain of the German record champion on Friday in his" Kahnalyse "in the" Goalplay Arena "in Frankfurt.
Hoeness also confirmed on Sunday that the Supervisory Board will vote on Monday for a planned promotion of Salihamidzic to the Sports Committee. On his call in a "double pass" Hoeness forbade the allegedly unobjective criticism and "disrespectful" statements to the controversial sports director: "Hasan has done a good job this year. That he is not constantly mentioned, between Karl-Heinz and me, is clear. But it is outrageous how he is dealt with. "For example, Hoeneb's" view of the successful transfer of World Champions Lucas Hernandez and Benjamin Pavard and of talent Alphonso Davies "has grown on top of his shit".
Hoeness had raved after this classic evening of a "dreamlike" final game as the president of Bayern. "The team has played outstanding football from the first to the last second. That's how I imagined my departure as president. The team gave me a gift, as you can not have better, "the 67-year-old exulted after the 4: 0 of the German champions in the Bundesliga top match against Borussia Dortmund.
A week after the 1-1 draw against Eintracht Frankfurt, the demonstration of power in the German Clasico was also a special victory for Hansi Flick, who quickly brought the weakening Munich back on track. The 54-year-old recommended a prolongation of his commitment as a backup chief, the CEO Karl -Heinz Rummenigge also announced directly after the match on Saturday night. "We will continue with Hansi until further notice. He has done well now and he has our confidence, "said Rummenigge.