Sports FC Bayern Munich - Uli Hoeneß on experience with Bastian Schweinsteiger: "It knocked me out of bed"

00:23  29 may  2020
00:23  29 may  2020 Source:   rp-online.de

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Bastian Schweinsteiger impressed Uli Hoeneß at the moment of his greatest triumph. This was announced by today's honorary president of FC Bayern Munich in the documentary Schw31ns7eiger: Memories - from the beginning to the legend.

After the World Cup final in 2014, in which Schweinsteiger became a symbolic figure with a bleeding wound, he sent a thank you to Hoeneß in a subsequent TV interview with ARD, who was serving his sentence for tax evasion at this time.

"A very special greeting to a man, without whom we would not all be here. This is Uli Hoeneß. Thank you for your support," said Schweinsteiger at 0.25 am German time: "We believe that everything will be fine and we will support You very much. Thank you! "

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Bastian Schweinsteiger has been sidelined by new boss Jose Mourinho. While Rashford has indicated that he would be willing to play out wide, it is clear his favoured position is as a Rashford added: ‘I don’t think confidence has been knocked . It is football . You aren’t going to win every game

Uli Hoeneß has shaped FC Bayern like no one else as a player, general manager, board member, president and supervisory board chairman. “I don’t regret a single day. I’m not just a Bayern Munich employee but a devout fan,” Hoeneß said shortly before stepping down as the president of the club

Hoeneß on Schweinsteiger gesture: "That was phew, unbelievable"

Hoeneß was still deeply impressed by this gesture years later. "It knocked me out of bed because it was one of the most impressive experiences I've ever had," said Hoeneß: "If he comes up with this idea at the moment, that was awesome, unbelievable."

Under Hoeneß's aegis as manager and president of the FCB, Schweinsteiger made the leap from the young to the professionals and became a world star in the following years. A year after the World Cup final and his thanks to Hoeneß, the now 35-year-old went to Manchester United and then ended his career in the MLS at Chicago Fire.

He made a total of 500 competitive games for the German record champion, became Champions League winner, eight German champions and seven DFB Cup winners. From June 5, the documentation of his career can be seen on the Amazon Prime Video streaming service.

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