Niko Kovac finds Bayern Munich poorly organized when it comes to recruiting. He supports Hansi Flick, who is in conflict with his leadership.
In the columns of Sports picture, the coach of AS Monaco compared the functioning of the principality’s club with that of his Bavarian counterpart. He thinks the latter is poorly organized: “Recruitment is done in close collaboration with Paul Mitchell (the athletic director), our recruiting unit and myself. We talk about everything together. The players that interest us, the ones we want to recruit. Each club should work this way, which is what convinced me to sign here. (…) We all know how it works in Munich: it’s exactly the opposite there. The situation I find in Monaco is the same as in Frankfurt – and that’s exactly what you want as a coach. You want to be included in the recruiting process. “ He also supported Hansi Flick who is in conflict with his sports director, Hasan Salihamidzic: “Personally, I cannot understand that there are such debates about Hansi Flick, with all its successes. “
Niko Kovac and his team have the wind in their sails, while the second has lost only one game since mid-December. In the standings, the Monegasques occupy the 3e position, one point ahead of OL of Rudi Garcia.
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