The decision of the administration of Bayern Munich in connection with the crisis of goalkeeper Manuel Neuer

According to the German newspaper Bild, goalkeeper Manuel Neuer could be punished by Bayern Munich, but after the first match of the 1/8 finals of the Champions League against Paris Saint-Germain.

Neuer gave an interview in which he criticized the Bavarian club after the decision to sack his friend and long time goalkeeping coach Toni Tabalowicz, describing the sacking as a disgrace, pointing out that this decision broke his heart, so that the story turned into something of a scandal in various media.

The newspaper indicated that the Bayern Munich administration decided to postpone the meeting with the club’s captain until after the match in Paris in the middle of this month, as the club does not want to distract coach Julian Nagelsmann and his team.

The legend of Germany and Bayern Munich Lothar Matthäus attacked the current captain of Bayern Neuer.

Matthews wrote in his Sky Sports column criticizing the goalkeeper: “He skated carelessly and gave an interview in which he attacked the club. He is no longer acceptable as a team leader.”

The German goalkeeper will be out of the Bavarian team until the end of the season after undergoing surgery while skiing.

Source: “Wakalat”

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