FC Bayern’s Season Ends Titleless: Insights from Bavarian Prime Minister标题:政府里德:拜仁赛季无缘冠军,首相给出见解

München – After the 2-1 defeat to Madrid at the Santiago Bernabéu, FC Bayern’s season is basically over. There are still two games left, at home against VfL Wolfsburg and at TSG Hoffenheim. However, these will not change the titleless outcome. For the first time since 2011/12, the record champions come away completely empty-handed in a season.

The Bavarian Prime Minister has now also commented on the drama in Madrid. He was a guest in the studio on Thursday evening in the talk on the sports channel Sky “Triple – the Schüttflix football talk”. In the group with Roman Weidenfeller, Riccardo Basile and Horst Heldt, Markus Söder spoke about the Champions League drama, defended Uli Hoeneß and revealed details about the Rangnick search that were not yet known.

Especially the referee decision regarding the controversial offside goal commented Söder. The Pole Szymon Marciniak let the whole game go and only intervened at a certain point when it got tougher and that was also the case with the goal for Real Madrid. “He can’t do that. He can’t refute his own principle – in a situation like this at the end.” He’s not a conspiracy theorist, but people used to say: “When FC Bayern won in the last minute, they said there was a Rolex somewhere in the dressing room and that’s how you got the feeling as a fan.”

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A big disappointment for many fans, as the championship celebration on Marienplatz has become a beloved tradition over the past eleven years. However, Bavaria’s Prime Minister Markus Söder reassures: “It’s not a season of abuse and shame. Just a titleless one,” explained the 57-year-old on “Sky”. In order to be successful again, the club must support the new sports director Max Eberl, of whom Söder has a very good opinion. “The leadership must now submit.”

However, the CSU politician defends Uli Hoeneß, who recently caused a stir and unrest with his comments against Thomas Tuchel before the semi-final first leg against Real Madrid (2-2): “I think the bashing about him is completely exaggerated. My opinion The relationship with Uli Hoeneß is very good. The problems lie elsewhere.”

Markus Söder: “Rangnick actually agreed”

He has to “turn the players the record champions currently have into superstars”. That already worked in Madrid with goalscorer Alphonso Davies, who came from Vancouver in 2019 and became the first Canadian to score in the knockout round of the Champions League. Jamal Musiala came through Chelsea’s youth ranks and is set to become the face of the club in the future. Aleks Pavlovic, who only played his third Champions League game at the Santiago Bernabéu, is one of the first to be able to sustainably establish himself among the professionals from the campus that opened in 2017.

The Bavarian Prime Minister provides unexpected insights into Tuchel’s successor in the Sky talk. Recently the search seemed almost over – the coach of the Austrian national team was within touching distance of Säbener Straße. But then came the rejection. Markus Söder provides further details: “Ralf Rangnick had actually agreed. In any case, that was my information, definitely.” Then, in a “memorable phone call, Rangnick somehow explained reasons that would make us all say, well, okay.”

Three trainer types according to Markus Söder

On the subject of finding a coach, Söder also gives an insight into his very personal sports psychology. There are three types of trainers. There is the absolute “system coach who gives a team a system. Guardiola is one of those people.” You get into problems when players don’t fit into the system. Then, according to Söder, there is the Hip-Hipp-Hooray coach. This motivational speaker whips people up. We would experience something similar in Mainz. The problem is: “At some point this euphoria wears off.”

As a third type of trainer The Bavarian Prime Minister identified the dad coach, who is “important for very great players”. From this series he lists four coaches: Jupp Heynckes, Ottmar Hitzfeld, Ancelotti and Hansi Flick. For Söder it is clear that footballers “are the most sensitive beings on this planet”. They have a hard life and have to make a lot of decisions, the dad trainer is the right person here. In his opinion, a coach would be suitable for FC Bayern “who has the right mix of authority and psychology, but also one who the board supports.”

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The Prime Minister on salaries at FC Bayern

At the same time, Söder also called for a clean salary structure: “Some players earn too much for their performance,” the Prime Minister rumbled. This is particularly where Eberl wants to focus on in the coming years and ensure greater balance again. According to the “Capology” platform, nine players in the squad earn 15 million euros or more per year.

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