Thomas Müller wants to perfect the championship with FC Bayern as soon as possible. Meanwhile, FCB donated 150,000 euros and Kevin Kuranyi praised future coach Julian Nagelsmann. News and rumors about the people of Munich can be found here.
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Bayern’s offensive player Thomas Müller is full of energy in the last weeks of the Bundesliga season, the ninth championship in a row can be made perfect on Saturday against Borussia Mönchengladbach (from 6.30 p.m. in the live ticker).
“We want to make the championship clear as quickly as possible. That is a big goal and we are very optimistic,” said Müller to the club’s media after the training session on Wednesday. The anger about missing the title in the draw against Mainz had long since disappeared.
“We got hungry again in the two weeks in which we had no game. We had time to recover physically and mentally,” said Müller. “We already had a lot of fun in the first week of training, we did a good job. We are accordingly focused for the game.”
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In the case of the championship, Müller would rise to the record champion in Bundesliga history together with David Alaba. “When you look back when I really got a taste of the professional team for the first time in 2009 and the development of my career started, it is of course amazing.”
From July 1st, Noch-Leipzig coach Julian Nagelsmann will look after FC Bayern. Ex-national striker Kevin Kuranyi played under this at TSG Hoffenheim and has now raved about the coach’s qualities: “Even back then, when he joined Hoffenheim and gave his first speech in front of the team, he was convincing. That was as before secondary school, then secondary school, “he said Sky.
The speeches were “very calm” and “very well thought out”. Kuranyi is sure that he will be able to use his skills to the full at Bayern: “I think that after the first few weeks and with his good speech, he will get it done very quickly.” Nagelsmann brings “so much quality that he will also be successful at Bayern Munich”.
The 39-year-old ran under Nagelsmann at TSG until 2016 before ending his career. The 52-time DFB player was previously active in the Bundesliga for VfB Stuttgart (2001-2005) and Schalke 04 (2005-2010) and scored 111 times in 276 games.
FC Bayern Munich helps children in need of Corona. The Bavarians announced a donation of 150,000 euros to the association “brotZeit eV”, which ensures a healthy breakfast for pupils in need.