Lewandowski speaks well of Bayern's deficit at the table
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After the weeks of crisis, the theater during the annual general assembly, the dispute between Hoeneß and the top scorer Breitner Lewandowski explains how the turnaround should work. A strange comment on the coach Kovac makes you look up and take note.
Dthe great Bayern blues after slipping into the standings, including a nine-point deficit on top leaders Borussia Dortmund, has apparently come to an end. And after the days of Selbstzerfleischung, which the last annual meeting was to visit, now the hours of battle announcements have probably arrived.
Example: FC Bayern striker Robert Lewandowski. The 30-year-old has recently seen in the unfamiliar roles in the Bundesliga also a special occasion for his team in Monaco. "Sometimes it's not bad if you attack from the second row, now we're like the hunter," said Lewandowski, the Bild newspaper.
Lewandowski: "More under tension"
Before the 14th day the BVB leads the table with seven points ahead of Borussia Mönchengladbach. And even RB Leipzig has a point of advantage, even in front of FC Bayern, in third place. "In recent years we have always looked back," Lewandowski continues, "when you see someone in front of you, it means you are more excited. You want to do even more to get this team."
As a "hunter, it is easier to attack from behind, rather than being the first to watch the attacks from behind, especially if you do not have the experience," said Lewandowski and then speaks in a certain way the annoying backlog of the head of the club in the Bundesliga table.
Asked if the role of the hunter could still be useful because the tension remains higher, the thirty-year-old replied: "Of course! There is a lot of headache.If you know you have to fight well in the Bundesliga, Cup and Champions League, then it is different from having 20 points of advantage and focus only on the Champions League.I even wish that, "said Lewandowski," that the tension remains high ".
It is doubtful that even President Uli Hoeneß, chairman of the supervisory board Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and the coaching team of Niko Kovac, believe it. Above all the 47-year-old Kovac, but should find an irritating statement by Lewandowski.
Lewandowski: "Only in this way Kovac can improve"
"Generally you need time when a new coach arrives," says the Polish striker. "The coach tried to change things when things did not work out.These are things of little value, of detail." And now Lewandowski's strange arrangement: "Showing this insight is not a sign of weakness. It's the only way he can become a better coach. "
It sounds a bit like a rather slender work certificate – it has always been in the best of its ability …