News : FC Bayern: Didi Hamann tears up coach Hansi Flick at Sky90
“I don’t understand what Hansi Flick did last week. He created a certain Wagenburg mentality. The team, the coaching team, the fans here – the board and especially the sports director on the other side,” said Hamann “Sky90”.
“It all started when he publicly demanded transfers last year when he was still an interim coach. Then a decision was made with Alaba and Boateng and he was involved. The club made a decision and his statement was always, you know my attitude towards Boateng. “
“Flick was involved and that was partly misrepresented and I hope that someday someone will clarify that. That means, he knew that with Boateng weeks ago. Also that Upamecano would be brought in and not extended with Boateng. He knew that. Nevertheless, he did He kept standing up and saying, you know my opinion about Boateng. His opinion is irrelevant, if the club has made a decision, then he has to publicly support the club’s decision. He has the rift between the board, team and fans It went so far that he went it alone last week. He informed the club that he wanted to quit in the summer. Then he stood up and went it alone again and it was the team and the media who set it then go to the press conference and thank the whole club, but not the sports director. “
“Eighteen months ago, sports director Hasan Salihamidzic gave him the chance to train a squad that has enabled him to win six titles. He wouldn’t have gotten that opportunity at any other club. You can say what you want, but Hasan Salihamidzic has stood up again and again, even though he faced a headwind from the start. He didn’t fall over in the first gust of wind. With Davies, Pavard, Goretzka and Nübel, he brought in very good players on free transfers. “
“Now you have the absurd situation that you had the most successful year of FC Bayern. Six titles, five players in the world football team and the world coach. And now you have a situation where the sports director has a petition against them over 100,000 signatures. Of course, this also has to do with the behavior of the coach over the past few months. “