STORY: Herbert Hainer, President of FC Bayern, did not want to comment in front of the camera on Friday morning. The media reports that coach Julian Nagelsmann was kicked out caused a stir at the office of the Bundesliga record champions in Munich. The news apparently caught many fans cold. Matteo Günther: “Very, very surprising for me. I can’t really understand it. I don’t know what happened, something must have been internal because we’re still well represented in all three competitions. We’re in the DFB Cup as well as in the Champions League in the quarter-finals. Well, I can’t understand it.” Stephan Seifert: “I didn’t expect it at all. The board actually supported the coach just a few weeks ago.” Uwe Buckreos: “It’s cheeky. It’s a mess what the Bayern bosses do with the coaches. That was with Hansi Flick, that’s with Julian Nagelsmann. I don’t know what they want. The players should have their asses Tear them. And nothing is lost yet. I don’t know why people are making such a fuss now. You can win in Dortmund and then you’re up front again.” After losing 2-1 to Leverkusen on Sunday, FC Bayern lost their lead to Borussia Dortmund. There was clear criticism from the sports board. Bayern star Joshua Kimmich doesn’t let anything come to Nagelsmann. “Yes, well, the decision hasn’t been made, so I won’t say anything about it. I can only say that Julian Nagelsmann is an outstanding coach. Really, I’ve had a lot of coaches, a lot of top coaches. And still I would I say that he’s easily my top 3, my best coaches. But as things stand now, you can certainly understand that I can’t say anything about that.” With Thomas Tuchel, a replacement should already be fixed. A personality that does not convince the fans on Säbener Straße. Louis Holzinger: “I’m still skeptical at the moment, because he has a Dortmund past and also a Chelsea past, where he – and also at PSG – didn’t part so well, basically not in the best way. But well, he has a lot of experience and has worked with a lot of stars, has trained a lot of stars and has done so successfully. So I can well imagine that hopefully it will also work at Bayern.” Uwe Buckreos: “Tuchel is a choleric for me. If he loses two games, then it’s over.” The next game for FC Bayern is on April 1st – against Dortmund.