World Magath: FC Bayern's 80 percent performance is enough for the title
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For long-time Bundesliga coach Felix Magath, the soccer record champions FC Bayern Munich remain the favorite in the battle for the title. “The championship can only be taken away from FC Bayern if it has difficulties. If the Bavarians bring their performance to at least 80 percent, the champions will always be called Bayern - this season too, ”said Magath in an interview with the“ Mitteldeutsche Zeitung ”.
However, if Munich should stumble further, the 67-year-old master coach RB Leipzig is the first contender for the title. "I just don't know if they believe in it and really want to do it," said Magath.
The soccer teacher praised the team of RB coach Julian Nagelsmann for the high tactical discipline. “The people of Leipzig play their way of playing completely independently of the staff on the field. You already know roughly how the game is going. They have improved that for years and are now actually on Bayern's heels and can tear something in the cup, ”said Magath with regard to the quarter-final game in the DFB Cup on Wednesday evening (8.45 p.m. / ARD and Sky) between RB Leipzig and VfL Wolfsburg.
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