The conflict between coach Hansi Flick and sports director Hasan Salihamidzic is now causing an online petition that calls for the Bosnian to leave. Meanwhile, a change of the coach to the DFB and Karl-Heinz Rummenigge comments on the Super League is probably more complicated. The news and rumors about FCB.
Click here for the FCB news and rumors from April 19th.
In the conflict between coach Hansi Flick (56) and sports director Hasan Salihamidzic (44), the fans of FC Bayern have apparently taken sides for Flick. After his public request to terminate the contract at the end of the season, an online petition against Salihamidzic has now been started.
The initiators of the petition explain their plans as follows: “As fans, members, fan clubs and supporters of the association, we find it unacceptable how the world’s best coach is dealt with! He has taken over the position of head coach in a difficult situation and has given the maximum brought out of the team (6 titles). “
It goes on to say: “We would appreciate it if Hasan Salihamidzic independently announces his immediate resignation as sports director.” And if not, “we call on the board of directors of FC Bayern München AG to remove him from his office and remove him from the board of directors.”
FC Bayern – News: Fans start online petition for Hasan Salihamidzic to be expelled
How things will go on with Hansi Flick after his request to terminate the contract is unclear. In an official statement on Sunday, FC Bayern merely stated that it would “disapprove” of the publication of the request to the club’s management. Further talks should only follow after the Bundesliga game in Mainz next weekend.
How however picture now reported that FC Bayern will at least not let their successful coach go without resistance. Accordingly, the record champions will demand a transfer fee for Flick, especially since the rumored wish-successor Julian Nagelsmann is also likely not to be able to move from RB Leipzig to Munich for free.
This in turn leads to speculation on the part of the newspaper that Flick would not become national coach after the upcoming European Championship, as the DFB announced weeks ago that it would not pay any transfer fees for coaches. In addition, the difficult relationship between Oliver Bierhoff and FC Bayern, who is responsible for looking for a national coach, should represent a further obstacle.
FC Bayern is not one of the twelve clubs that are turning away from the European Cup and want to found a Super League. On Monday, CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (65) made an explicit statement on the subject and declared: “FC Bayern did not participate in the planning of a Super League. We are convinced that the current statics in football guarantee a reliable basis. “
With Leon Goretzka, one of the injured top performers is likely to be available again after a long break. Likewise, Leroy Sane and Lucas Hernandez, who were last battered, should be able to play.
This is how FC Bayern could play against Leverkusen: