Die Fans des FC Everton waren Samstagmittag in heller Aufregung! Vorm Spiel gegen Chelsea wurde Niko Kovac (48) am Stadion gesichtet. Wie BILD gestern exklusiv berichtete, wird Rekordmeister Bayern den auslaufenden Vertrag mit Jérôme Boateng nicht verlängern. Videos zum Thema. Bayern-Coach Niko Kovac rät Fußball-Deutschland nach dem frühen WM-Aus dazu, sich bei der Trainer-Suche vermehrt im Ausland umzuschauen.
ThemenseitenDie Fans des FC Everton waren Samstagmittag in heller Aufregung! Vorm Spiel gegen Chelsea wurde Niko Kovac (48) am Stadion gesichtet. und Ex-Bayern-Trainer Niko Kovac. Foto: picture Im SPORT BILD-Interview verrät Rafinha, was das Problem mit dem Ex-Bayern-Coach war. Im Interview mit SPORT BILD spricht der Ex-Bayern-Coach über seine Erkrankung. „Ich fühle mich gut und bin ohne Symptome“, erklärt Kovac.
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I just no longer have confidence in his ability to stay fit. I love him, and I think he's fantastic when fit, I'm just worried that we're going to see him play even less this season.
This is funny because I saw a Man U fan trying to confidently claim damage control from Bayern, based on how the story was released just after the offer.
What a fool, lol. I don't blame them. United reached the CL semi finals once since We reached the semi finals seven times since despite spending significantly less money on transfers and salaries.
Jerome staying means Süle will have less minutes on the pitch. There will be games with 5 at the back and with Kovac you'll have to earn your spot in the starting WOW - that's a huge relief.
I think he can really help us with his spirit and experience. The way he comforted his teammates after the loss against Real Madrid Im glad Jerome didn't join you he deserves to be playing at a better club anyway.
You can gladly fuck off to your own subreddit now. The club made 3 finals in 4 years most recent in , and then Fergie retired and it's been crickets.
Funnily, Ferguson prior to retiring held Bayern up as an example of a great club where businessmen make business decisions and football men make football decisions and wanted to institute a similar structure.
They aren't doing much better now, though they didn't improve their squad but rather lost quality Which is also saying a lot.
Also if you look at the Dortmund game it becomes obvious that he hasn't the skill to adapt his tactics. The way Bayern got taken apart in the second half was really disheartening for a fan.
I did, but even if i didn't why would i HAVE to watch Bayern games to form an opinion? I read what's going on, i hear what's happening. They not being able to play well is just the players refusing to take orders.
Neuer himself said it. Neur said that sure, but other players have said that they don't like Kovac, so? Not watching games and forming such strong of an opinion on a coach is the most ridiculous shit I've heard in a while.
That isn't really a valuable statement though. Telling the players to do the right thing is easy. Telling the players to do something they actually can do is much harder.
I also perceive the Bayern squad as one that's too old and one that is lacking hunger but Kovac isn't exactly working well with what he's got. You're probably right.
I guess the conclusion is that Kovac can only be succesful with a young, determined squad which is what he had at Frankfurt.
He does not have that at Bayern and he is unable to adapt. I wonder what Wenger will be able to do with them. I wouldn't resort to such generalisms because Kovac has done great things with Frankfurt and I seriously hope that this Bayern stint doesn't burn him for future employers.
I'd say, given the very specific current circumstances Kovac does not work successfully as Bayern coach. Even if he is partially right about some players not playing up to their abilities and making mistakes, a coach has to take the blunt of the blame and talk to those players individually, not in front of the team or the media, even if not naming names.
Reminds me of bosz and stöger.. But with one dimensional managers results are going to look way worse with underperforming players. Bayern changing managers this season is not going to right the ship.
They have needed more squad overhaul for a couple years now. Just as bvb needed to bring in solid talent in witsel, Delaney, paco, Akanji, diallo etc..
Bayern were able to get through the bundesliga on talent alone; but now that a bundesliga teams are playing better and b Bayern players are finally showing serious slow down it has all happened for a perfect shit-storm.
Add to that management being out of their damn minds and there's a lot of need for replacements on all levels.
And there is another comparison to us from last season. Our management didn't look stellar either, starting with the Mislintat departure. Too our luck as fans Watzke and Zorc recognised that and made some important, overdue changes on the management level, which have helped us greatly this season.
That is my thoughts, he could be doing a better job, but the lack of winger depth not counting two players 35 and older and no replacement for Bernat, Kovac has a tough job, but needs to do a better job working with what he has and controlling the dressing room.
Definitely but like the article says, he knows he's on his way out very soon anyway so he probably just said "fuck it" and told the players some home truths.
Who's to say that he already tried that method and it didn't work? Anyone who thinks the players have been giving their all to him is stuck up their own ass.
Good on Kovac. It's like a teacher who has lost control of the classroom, if he did give this speech he has given up and just waiting to be fired, even if he did try those tactics he is the manager and should remain professional, even if the players are not.
If you want to look at it that way; children are expected to learn. A tonne of the Bayern squad have come to a point where they've learnt as much as they can, and they themselves should be role-models.
They've acted more like children than role-models. By under-mining the coach they're setting a poor example to the talented youngsters in the squad.
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Kovac also allegedly complained that the locker room was full of know-it-alls. The news is obviously alarming, and moreover unwelcome fuel to the fire of speculation surrounding the embattled coach.