Kroos criticizes Bayern leadership – “Gives a picture that is questionable”
As of 10:58 a.m
The exit of the board members Oliver Kahn and Hasan Salihamidzic superimposes the title feat of FC Bayern – and makes waves. Former Munich Toni Kroos is also critical – and it becomes clear.
Er himself played for FC Bayern for eight years before moving to Real Madrid after the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, where he won the title with Germany. Toni Kroos still has good contacts in Munich – and watches from afar what is happening at his former employer.
Of course, he, the midfielder, did not miss what was happening on Saturday evening around the newly crowned champions – in particular the surprising separation of CEO Oliver Kahn and sports director Hasan Salihamidzic. Kroos criticized those responsible in Munich for the processes surrounding the end of the duo.
When asked about the fact that Kahn was allegedly forbidden to attend the last game of the season and Bayern’s championship celebrations, Kroos told the “Real total” portal: “I heard from Kahn that he wasn’t allowed to come. That’s not my construction site, but it’s already giving a picture that’s a bit worrying.”
“It’s a shame for the players and the new coaches”
Shortly after winning the eleventh soccer championship in a row, the Munich team announced on Saturday that Kahn and sports director Hasan Salihamidzic had to go. “It’s a shame for the players and especially for the new coach, they wanted to celebrate a bit today, but then it’s mainly about the change again,” said Kroos.
The Real Madrid midfielder was also surprised at the communication from Munich. “To confirm that today on a day like this, to officially predict, he’s sick. Then: No, he’s not, he wasn’t allowed to come. I haven’t heard more than that either, but I believe Olli,” said the 33-year-old. Kroos switched from FC Hansa Rostock to FC Bayern in 2006. He also played with the former goalkeeper Kahn.
Kahn had not started the journey to the season finale in Cologne on Saturday. “Unfortunately I can’t be with you today because the club has forbidden me,” tweeted the 53-year-old. He later told Sky TV: “That was the worst day of my life, taking it from me to celebrate with the boys.”