Entertainment Cologne sports director Heldt: Hansi Flick will not get an Oscar

11:35  30 october  2020
11:35  30 october  2020 Source:   sport1.de

Repeat of Bayern's successful season extremely difficult, says Flick

  Repeat of Bayern's successful season extremely difficult, says Flick Repeat of Bayern's successful season extremely difficult, says FlickThe Bavarians who lifted the European trophy in a delayed finish to the tournament in August due to the COVID-19 pandemic, also won the domestic double as well as the domestic and European Super Cup.

A-Z Sports . Flick was assistant coach of the German national team between 2006 and 2014. Bayern Munich head coach Hansi Flick has agreed a new contract with the Bundesliga champions until June 2023.

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The sports director of 1. FC Köln, Horst Heldt (50), appreciates Bayern coach Hansi Flick (55) for his unaffected manner. «He will win an Oscar for acting no more ”, said Heldt in an interview with“ Münchner Merkur ”(Friday) shortly before his team's home game against Flicks FC Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga this Saturday. “But that's exactly what is good for this big club. Hansi's acceptance by everyone is currently the secret of success. You follow him unconditionally because he appears as he does. "

Bayern-Trainer Hansi Flick verfolgt das Spiel an der Seitenlinie. © Sven Hoppe / dpa / Archivbild Bayern coach Hansi Flick watched the game on the sidelines.

Flick has not changed since his time as a player, said the Cologne sports director. «Nothing has changed in his temperament. Hansi's demeanor actually describes his extraordinarily good character in many ways. With a certain calm, sovereignty, he doesn't want to be in the foreground. "

Bayern dives Cologne underwater .
© Provided by Sofoot Cologne 1-2 Bayern Munich Goals: Drexler (82nd) ​​for Cologne // Müller (13th sp) and Gnabry (45th + 1) for Bayern Eighth consecutive victory in all competitions, for the Rekordmeister . With a somewhat reshuffled team between two C1 matches, Bayern Munich won fairly quietly this Saturday afternoon on the lawn of Cologne (1-2). The time of ten minutes, the opponent of the day is yet catchy.

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