Even two days after the inexplicably weak appearance of FC Bayern near Mainz 05, the criticism of the record champions does not subside. Record national player Lothar Matthäus also breaks out his disappointment-not only about the minus performance of the Munich, but also about the controversial Ibiza trip of some players.
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Lothar Matthäus could hardly trust his eyes on Saturday. Was this team, which was shown by the Midfeld team Mainz 05, really the big FC Bayern? Because like a German champion, the protégés of coach Julian Nagelsmann did not present themselves at all at their guest appearance in Rheinhessen.
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The criticism of the Munich team was correspondingly violent after the final whistle. Matthew also let off steam again in his “Sky” column. He had experienced a “listless appearance” that was “embarrassing” for FC Bayern, the 61-year-old complained, who also annoyed himself about the subsequent flight of numerous star players to Ibiza.
The stay on the Balearic Island is “not a team education measure, but a leisure activities,” rumbled Matthäus and felled a dark judgment about the industry leader. This is “just not a real team”.
FC Bayern: Lothar Matthäus criticizes club leadership
For the 1990 world champion, actions to strengthen the team spirit should have taken place much earlier.
“A team building measure would have needed after the bankruptcy in Bochum,” Matthäus alluded to the bad 2: 4 pack at the promoted in mid-February.
It is now “more than a thread aftertaste”.
The former Bayern operator sees a partial debt in the current club leadership. This would have been or even had to “collect the so-called team building measure after the defeat in Mainz,” emphasized Matthäus, according to such trips among ex-bosses Uli Hoeneß and Karl-Heinz Rummenigge “never”.