Sport Matthäus over Flick and Salihamidzic: "It needs to go"
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Munich (SID) - The German Football Record National Player Lothar Matthäus sees no common future for head coach Hansi Flick and sports council Hasan Salihamidzic at Bayern Munich. The two "will not work together in the next season," wrote the 60-year-old in his column "so I see the" for skysport.de: "It must and will go."
According to Matthew, the record champion "trying to hold flick. Even if he wants to the national team." For this, however, the success trainer had to feel good. "He does not obviously do not do this and we all know what or who is that," said the World Champion of 1990.
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The former World Footballer is the question of "who is more important to FC Bayern". This is "in this case of the coach". Flick have "made sure that a team (...) became the best team of the world in record time. He returned to the club the game DNA again. Under Flick was and is the play style to recognize for which the club admires and admires be envied. "
Nevertheless, Matthew criticized the Bayern coach for his youngest appearance. "In interviews and press conferences on the important questions mainly to respond with 'next question', does not help," said Matthew: "That does not leave a good picture and weakens his position. He did not need that."
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