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Bild Kovac Welcome to Reddit, VideoDafür würde Niko Kovac den Pokal-Titel eintauschen I Trainer des Jahres I SPORT BILD AWARD 2018 David Italien Holland. Eintracht Frankfurt. Bundesliga side at the time, for Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen.
Only two teams in the Premier League - Burnley and Watford - can top that, while Borussia Dortmund and RB Leipzig, the current top two in the Bundesliga, have average ages of 25 years and days, and 24 years and days respectively.
Bayern are getting old. The stats show that, as do the performances against Monchengladbach and Ajax. Yet there wasn't much done in the summer to address it.
Goretzka was the only signing - on a free transfer - while Renato Sanches and Serge Gnabry returned from loan spells. CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge explained that Bayern have a "different philosophy to some European rivals" and "buying just to please the audience does not work".
However, the lack of transfer activity, coupled with a shortage of successful youth products in recent years, has ultimately left Kovac with a small squad - particularly after injuries to Corentin Toilisso, Kingsley Coman and Rafinha - and also an ageing one.
That's not a winning combination and it hasn't been helped by a dip in form from goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, who has the second-worst save rate in the Bundesliga, and an apparent lack of defensive organisation.
At the other end of the pitch, Bayern have had 53 shots in the last three games and scored just once. In the game against Monchengladbach, Robert Lewandowski had just 12 touches, which is his lowest-ever total in the Bundesliga.
There are clearly issues that need fixing, but changing manager might not be the solution, even if Heynckes did pick up the phone Search Sky Sports.
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We reached the semi finals seven times since despite spending significantly less money on transfers and salaries. Jerome staying means Süle will have less minutes on the pitch.
There will be games with 5 at the back and with Kovac you'll have to earn your spot in the starting WOW - that's a huge relief.
I think he can really help us with his spirit and experience. The way he comforted his teammates after the loss against Real Madrid Im glad Jerome didn't join you he deserves to be playing at a better club anyway.
You can gladly fuck off to your own subreddit now. The club made 3 finals in 4 years most recent in , and then Fergie retired and it's been crickets.
Funnily, Ferguson prior to retiring held Bayern up as an example of a great club where businessmen make business decisions and football men make football decisions and wanted to institute a similar structure.
Unfortunately, he was not heard, and we have the mess we have right now. I don't know mate, the football club is run by morons.
Exactly my opinion. I hope he just goes "fuck it" drops his pants and goes streaking in his last game. Go out with a bang.
Would cement himself as a legend. In my opinion he is right for the most part. I think he came at the wrong time to this club, he would be able to work with new and young players and not try to get trough one season with the old guys who badmouths every thing they don't like.
With Frankfurt he had a good system, but he had enough time to pass this to the players and they wanted to learn. With Bayern you have firstly not even half a year for something like this and it's harder with "stars" if you can't connect to them.
Yes, you might question some of his decisions like system or replacements during the game, but for me he needed other players for his system and was unlucky the players with potential had bad injuries especially Coman and Tolisso.
Ribery, Robben and Boateng surely imo and maybe of James, Thiago and Lewandowski if they want to leave and a good offer is coming in.
Of course, it can be once the manager changes or some results show, the performance of all are going up again, but it's hard to see players like Kimmich, Javi, Hummels, etc.
The problem is those issues were existing already last year, but because the teams in the BuLi just played bad we still won and Heynckes is a good manager to get through to the players and play his system.
I'd be happy with all 3 of them gone, all 3 have been very important, but they are now holding the club back. Kovac never was never the right man but the playergroup is the bigger problem, it's time to get rid of the old players who don't add anything on the pitch anymore and just complain like Robben and Ribery.
I'd honestly go for Wenger. I think he'll draw some respect from the squad and keep their egos in check, something Kovac doesn't seem to be able to do.
This squad have driven away Ancelotti. Wenger and Ancelotti are managerial legends in this game. They could easily just view Wenger as a dinosaur who has no place managing them.
They could think how they ran all over his Arsenal squads with ease. They knew his tactics. They were predictable. He has no right managing them.
It would suck to see Wenger take this job and then that squad drive him out. It's not that he's a dick - he isn't. It's just this certain group of players have certain powers.
That particular group of players has regularly played wenger's arsenal off the park. I wouldn't put it past them to treat him in a similar fashion.
Or rather he's still the same manager as he was pre and that's the problem? The game has progressed but his tactics and management style hasn't.
I mean Frankfurt have a German Cup semi-final match against Schalke next week. Independent Premium Comments can be posted by members of our membership scheme, Independent Premium.
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