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FC Bayern: Completely gambled away on the most important personnel issue – a disgrace for FC Bayern

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FC Bayern: Completely gambled away on the most important personnel issue – a disgrace for FC Bayern

Opinion from Thomas Tuchel

A disgrace for FC Bayern

As of: 2:09 p.m. | Reading time: 2 minutes

Thomas Tuchel will go – “Who else do Bayern want to get now?”

FC Bayern Munich and coach Thomas Tuchel are ending their collaboration after this season. The record champions may need more of a father figure than a coach, says WELT TV football expert Christian Beilfuss.

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The turbulent relationship between Thomas Tuchel and FC Bayern will end in the summer. Until then, the most important employee at the record champions will act as a “lame duck”. A difficult constellation that Bayern have maneuvered themselves into.

The announced end after just 331 days in office can certainly be seen as a sporting earthquake: coach Thomas Tuchel and FC Bayern are going their separate ways at the end of this season. Rarely before has the industry leader in German football appeared as amateurish in its external presentation as in the past few weeks. The fact that at the end of the season he has to drag his most important employee through as a “lame duck” with certainly limited motivation is a disgrace to the most important club in this country.

Even with the expulsion of coach Julian Nagelsmann eleven months ago, the record champions were largely wrong given the subsequent results under successor Tuchel with their rapid exit from the Champions League and the national cup. Now the club has to admit that it has completely gambled away the most important personnel issue for the second time in a short space of time. Tuchel and FC Bayern – from the start it was more of an alliance of convenience than a love match. The detail-obsessed coach with a big ego and the club with a glorious sporting past never really fit together.

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This was documented in the current season, first with the cup exit at third division club 1. FC Saarbrücken and then during the second half of the season with the two consecutive defeats in the Bundesliga against Leverkusen (0:3) and Bochum (2:3).

The club is now eight points behind the league leaders from the Rhineland – this is also why they apparently felt forced to draw conclusions from the defending champions. The Munich team only have a realistic chance of winning the title in the premier class, but they have to make up for a 0-1 defeat against Lazio Rome in the second leg of the Champions League round of 16.

Bayern’s leadership weakness

The renewed misunderstanding in the question of coaching is also the result of a weak management committee at Bayern: Where Uli Hoeneß, in conjunction with Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, ruled with fury in the face of failures for over four decades, things usually quickly turned around for the better Club boss Jan-Christian Dreesen and sports director Christoph Freund presented rather inconspicuous representatives of their guild.

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Although the two alpha dogs Hoeneß and Rummenigge, who have since moved to the supervisory board, continue to exert their influence in the background, they have been unable to help the club regain the glory of bygone days since their departure. The industry giant Max Eberl, with the Bayern stable smell, will only take over the position of sports director this spring – he doesn’t have much time to solve the most important personnel issues better and more sustainably than his predecessors.

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