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Entertainment Kahn: "must be tangible for the public"

08:20  27 july  2022
08:20  27 july  2022 Source:   ran.de

Next Bayern Coup: De Ligt changes to Munich

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Munich (SID) - Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn wants to fill out his role a little more aggressively in the future. "It is always a development? Even for yourself, and I know that as CEO of FC Bayern, I have to be tangible for the public," said Kahn at Sport1.

Kahn will sich offensiver zeigen © AFP/SID/Marco Donato Kahn wants to show itself more aggressively

does not mean this, according to the Bayern boss, "that I will be live on the air 24 hours a day. But if there is something to say, Then I'll do that. "

The past few months have continued the record champions at the management level. We are closely coordinated, this can be seen, among other things, at our transfers this summer - then it is automatically fun, "emphasized Kahn:" In the meantime, the processes are increasingly working in this way , how we all and I imagined it, and that makes a very good feeling. "

for the new season with the Supercup on Saturday (8:30 p.m./Sky and Sat.1) against the cup winner RB Leipzig as the first hardest test he will look "very optimistic. We have a lot background at Bayern this season," announced Kahn (announced (announced 53).

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