Bayern have been absolutely flop in Europe according to their standards since Jupp Heynckes left.
Fro beating Barcelona 7 – 0 to getting nearly knocked out by Porto under pep, shit under Carlo and even more shittier now.
What happened to them? Did they get complacent? Are their players not performing, if yes, then why?
Winning dead leagues doesn’t matter to them as Muller once said. Training games are more difficult than Bundesliga games. Anyone who thinks or tells otherwise is lying to him and above all himself.
Coming back to the point, what should Bayern do to become a force again they once were?
Bayern has won only once in the last 15 years just because Jupps Bayern was too good. You play dead league and shit opponents all year and it’s easy to get knocked out when stronger teams from PL and La Liga come for you over two legs. Quality gap of Bundesliga and CL is way too much and players don’t adapt to such CL’s pressure and quality after bashing minnows every week.
Bayern and PSG are kind of clubs for Jose Mourinho. Because its a Guaranteed League title. He himself said the league is over before it starts. No matter who they bring in as players if the league is not competitive then it doesn’t matter. In 2013 we had an All German Final because Dortmund had a team which was capable of reaching the Final. In 2014 Germany was Ruthless in World Cup. Dortmund went selling went for money Bayern buyed as much as they can.As a result these two clubs became one of the many reasons of destroying German Football.
Good times are around the corner, FCB fans dont lose hope yet. Just trust the team to come back. The german giants wont stay down for long and Uli Hoeness realises this, posting a translation from an article posted in the morning.
“We are in the process of rejuvenating our team. This is the biggest investment programme. FC Bayern has ever had,” Hoeneß said on Tuesday on the stage of the broker trade fair of the service provider Fond Finanz at the Munich MOC.
The news from the French TV channel BeIN Sports France that FC Bayern allegedly offered 80 million euros in compensation for Nicolas Pépé (23) matches this. The Ivorian right wing has a contract with OSC Lille until 2022.
It is therefore easily possible that supervisory board boss Hoeneß will release at least 200 million euros for player transfers in the next few months. Not counting the possible 42 million yet to draw the purchase clause for James (27). And still without perspective candidates like Kai Havertz (19) from Bayer Leverkusen.