With a comprehensive criticism of the media, and the threat of legal consequences have taken care of the bosses of Bayern for attention. In a joint press conference CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, President Uli Hoeness and Director of sport, Hasan Salihamidžić against parts of the recent reporting on players in the football record champion fought back. “Today is an important day for FC Bayern, because we can no longer communicate to you that we allow ourselves to be like that,” said Rummenigge in the press room of the club. The responsible languages in the case of the half-hour appointment to journalists directly.
“Bitter and polemical” had been reported, according to Rummenigge last about FC Bayern could not win the last four games. Hoeness wanted to emphasize Rummenigges comments on “100 percent”, as an “impudence” and announced: “We will not accept disrespectful reporting in the future.” The Association announced that it would increasingly cease and desist and claims to reply on reports, respond.
Rummenigge was referring in his remarks, among other things, to the recent reporting by national goalkeeper Manuel Neuer and world Champions-mates Jérôme Boateng and Mats Hummels. “As any words,” he said on the subject of New and criticised the fact that the two centre-backs had like to have been men’s football accused of. “Are you going?”, the Ex-Pro asked and reminded that New four times in a row world had become a goalkeeper.
“It seems obvious that there is no thought more power over the values of Dignity and decency,” said Rummenigge, and referred to article 1 of the basic law: “The Dignity of man is inviolable.” Bavaria’s chief Executive, said: “controversy seems to know no bounds. This is true for media, which is also true for experts, and this applies above all also for experts that have played for this Club and football.” In addition, he announced: “today we are going to protect our players, coaches and the Club.”
The press conference was held a day before the next game of Bayern. On Saturday afternoon, the team of coach Niko Kovač in Wolfsburg VfL. Currently, the Munich stand on the sixth place of the table and would not be currently qualified for the Champions League. Kovač cautioned, however, against “pure activism”. Against Wolfsburg he wants to overthrow “the goat” and with a better defense and a higher chance of recovery victories.