Despite winning the title: Ex-Bayern boss Rummenigge criticizes Nagelsmann

Ex-boss Karl-Heinz Rummenigge does not only rate FC Bayern’s championship title positively. He misses the attractiveness of the league and also criticizes coach Julian Nagelsmann.

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The former Bayern boss Karl Heinz Rummenigge sees a problem for the attractiveness of Munich in the ten-year dominance of the Munich team Bundesliga. “What is football? Football is first and foremost emotion. If you’re up again with twelve points three games before the end of the season, that’s missing,” said Rummenigge on Sunday in the TV station picture TV.

“There is a bit of a lack of excitement at the top. The top need a bit more emotion again, following the example of England and Italy this season,” said Rummenigge. Bayern defeated 3-1 in the top game on Saturday night Borussia Dortmund the tenth championship title in a row. Rummenigge welcomes the fact that BVB is currently trying to “upgrade a bit” in terms of personnel.

Rummenigge on Kahn: “First title is important”

At the same time, he rated the win against Dortmund as “an important sign” for the Bayern professionals after leaving the Champions League against Villarreal FC. The championship title is also “not a consolation prize” for him. Before this season, the 66-year-old was on the board of the German record champions Oliver Kahn hand over. “The first title, when you are responsible in this club, is very important,” said Rummenigge to Kahn.

Julian Nagelsman he attested to a decent debut year overall as Bayern coach. “He did a great job up until December. In the second half of the season there were one or two decisions worth discussing,” said Rummenigge. You still have to give the youngest Munich master coach time to develop.

According to Rummenigge, the Bundesliga “will not have it easy” in European competition in the coming years. “Of the transfer market is a decisive factor for quality in the squad. Bayern Munich still has a top team. But life on the transfer market will not get any easier,” he predicted, especially with a view to the significantly financially stronger ones societies in England.

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