Despite the tenth championship in series, FC Bayern is a hangover mood. Finally, the personnel debates are currently overshadowing the Ex-President Uliing success. Ex-President Uli Hoeneß does not fit at all that Hasan Salihamidzic was even whistled by part of his own fans.
FC Bayern was finally able to celebrate the championship with his followers after two years of Corona. The start made a small reception in the Paulaner beer garden on Saturday.
The appearance of Hasan Salihamidzic caused a sensation here. However, the Munich Ex-President Ulis director itself could not help it. Rather, it was the fans who make headlines.
When Salihamidzic entered the stage on the Nockherberg, according to the “Bild” newspaper, he was booed by around a quarter of the almost 1,000 fans present.
The trigger was probably the unexplained future of Robert Lewandowski. After the 34th matchday, the world football player had announced that he would not extend his contract in 2023. There is currently even a farewell in the room this summer.
Ex-President Uli Hoeneß was upset about the behavior of his own fans. At the same time, the 70-year-old also complained about media reporting.
“This is a hunt! He is not solely responsible for it, not even for transfer policy,” said Hoeneß on Sunday as part of a media round. “The whole association” is responsible for transfer policy.
“Only one is always picked up. When we won six titles, I didn’t hear any who called ‘Hasan, Hasan’. Now that we don’t win the Champions League, now he’s to blame. That can’t be “The Bayern maker said.
Hoeneß believes in Lewandowski staying at FC Bayern
When asked about the “Causa Lewandowski”, Hoeneß said: “Everything was said about this topic. What I hear and my opinion is: You don’t give it away. The theater is over on September 2nd, so we can live with it.”
He himself met the striker as a “super professional”. “He also knew in Dortmund a year before that he went to FC Bayern and played an outstanding season at the time. That is why I am 100 % sure that Robert will play very well with us next year,” said Hoeneß.