Bayern Munich's President Uli Hoeneb could hardly have imagined his last game as FC Bayern's president. "Fantastic" was the evening of his last game in the presidential embarrassed, Hoeneb exulted after the 4: 0 Bayern against Borussia Dortmund on Saturday night: "The team has played outstanding football from the first to the last second So I have my say goodbye presented as president. "
"That was a beautiful graduation," Hoeneb continued. "The schedule could not have done any better, it was a demonstration of our team, our team has fought from the first to the last, and I have to thank them, and I will remember that forever.
Rummenigge: Hansi Flick remains coach for the time being
Clarity Bayern has now for the time being in the coach question. The confirmed board boss Karl-Heinz Rummenigge after the victory against BVB. "Hansi said before the game, the two games are now the finish line first, he crossed the finish line brilliantly today." Now you can continue with Flick on, said Rummenigge. You have to give the coach a "big compliment".
The former coach Niko Kovac had lost the backing in the team. "There have certainly been currents within the team that wanted the coach away, so the leadership has responded accordingly," Hoeness revealed to the ZDF that evening.
Hoeneb will not stand for re-election as president next Friday at the annual general meeting.