Carlo Ancelotti is out, Jupp Heynckes is in, but just because the person leading the team from the bench has changed, Bayern Munich won’t turn from one day to another into a team playing fantastic football. That’s what Thomas Muller told reporters at an Audi event.
We should be very careful about setting targets which we can throw into the bin afterwards again. We won’t suddenly play football from another galaxy. There will of course be matches where people see us and be very critical
the Bayern attacker said, lowering people’s expectations from the team. As for Ancelotti’s dismissal, despite being one of the players who ‘suffered’ under the Italian coach, not having a regular spot in the starting lineup, he was quick to point out that the former coach shouldn’t be turned into a scapegoat to cover up everything that is not right at the club.
We must be realistic about this and not be of the opinion that Carlo Ancelotti was a scapegoat. A big part of our problems is caused by the team that stands on the pitch and does not perform like people expect it to
the Germany international said. Bayern are hosting Freiburg on Saturday, sitting second in the table, five points behind leaders Borussia Dortmund.