Bayern Munich bosses took up the nature of Todd Boehly as they angrily went into the dressing room after the club’s latest disappointing result.
After a devastating loss to Mainz, the Bavarian giants found themselves unable to reclaim the lead in the Bundesliga title race.
Bayern Munich’s new head coach, Thomas Tuchel, has been under fire after the club was eliminated from the German Cup and the UEFA Champions League in Tuchel’s first few weeks at the helm.
Thomas Tuchel, the German manager has blasted his team for being unable to play football “without making errors”.
Meanwhile, an image spreading on social media professed to show Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn guiding a committee into the dressing room.
The Bavarian’s top-ranking chiefs including sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic and the club chairman Herbert Hainer were understood to be present.
The unexpected firing of Julian Nagelsmann looks to have entirely backfired, putting pressure on the other two members of the management team.
They apparently walked into the locker room to confront their failing stars, much like how Boehly went into the dressing room a few weeks ago after the Blues’ loss to Brighton & Hove Albion in the English Premier League.
The American businessman allegedly spent an hour talking with the Chelsea coaching staff after the game after crossing across the field to the tunnel.
Bayern’s management staff, who have also made a lot of important calls that have proven to be catastrophic, will certainly face the same backlash as Boehly did for his meddling.
With five games remaining, Edin Terzic’s Borussia Dortmund team holds a one-point lead over Bayern despite losing 3-1 at Mainz.
This is only the latest hiccup in Tuchel’s disastrous debut at the Allianz Arena.
The former Chelsea tactician has seen his team fall from a fantastic debut triumph over title rivals Dortmund to a timid drop out of the Champions League, an exit from the German Cup to Freiburg, and a dressing room bust-up between two of his players.
Tuchel is winless after seven games with Bayern going four games winless for the longest stretch since 2018.
And just seven games in charge, he already has as many losses as Nagelsmann had in his entire 37-game tenure.
And after the Mainz loss, Tuchel, who has only seen two wins in seven games, exploded at his team. He said; “We seem exhausted. We look like a team that has already played 80 matches this season”.
He added. “We are not able to play football without making mistakes, the games and the points go away and run through our hands like sand”.
On the other hand, Kahn chose to place blame on the players instead of answering directly for the management’s extremely dubious choice, which could cost him his job.
The former goalkeeper admitted, “We played a catastrophic second half.” Which team was hoping to win the German championship right now?
“It’s going to be tough to win any titles looking like that.
“There are 11 men on the field, and they’ll all have to bust a move to achieve the club’s objectives. They couldn’t win the championship with the performance they gave on the field.
“My only goal is to bring an end to the season with the league title and then really attack again in the new season,” when asked if he would leave.”
What’s next for Bayern Munich?
The 10 times successive Bundesliga champions will be in action against Hertha on Sunday, 30th of April, in the German League as they will be looking forward to turning things around in pursuit of the League title.