Kovac Focused On Getting Bayern Back On Track Amid Sack Rumours

Kovac Focused On Getting Bayern Back On Track Amid Sack Rumours

Javier Howell
October 23, 2018

October 19, the management of Bayern Munich plans to carry a press convention on which might be declared on the appointment of the French specialist Arsene Wenger to the publish of chief coach of the membership, writes "Soviet sport". Today we will protect our players, our coaches and also the club.

Bayern were comprehensively swept aside 3-0 at home to Borussia Monchengladbach prior to the global break - a second successive Bundesliga defeat - to leave the German giants languishing in sixth position, four points behind high-flying leaders Borussia Dortmund.

Bayern president Uli Hoeness, chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic will attend the news conference, set for 11am United Kingdom time. "Even when they pulled a goal back we did not falter".

Hoeness responded to criticism that Juan Bernat's last-minute transfer to PSG had been a mistake by saying: "The weal and woe of Bayern Munich does not depend on Juan Bernat". "We wanted everyone to focus over 90 minutes and give it all for the club".

It ended the Poland striker's goalless run of five games for club and country.

His team is now on a run of four straight games without a win in all competitions, including the UEFA Champions League.

There were nervous looks in the Bayern ranks on 57 minutes when Robben was dismissed after a foul on midfielder Elvis Rexhbecaj.

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"A couple of weeks ago, Bayern were in a class of their own and Kovac was seen as a coach who can walk on water", Wolfsburg sporting director, Joerg Schmadtke, said.

Ten-men Bayern remained unimpressed and restored their two-goal lead in the 72nd minute when Lewandowski's assist allowed James Rodriguez to put the result beyond doubt.

"There was a lot of pressure on this game and it was a very concentrated display. It is the first step and showed that FC Bayern can fight back".

By far the most exciting team to watch this season, Dortmund have scored 23 goals in seven matches, nearly double Bayern's tally, to stake an early claim for this season's title.

"Changing everything now would just be doing it for the sake of change and that never works", said Kovac. Robben received his marching orders for the first time since his dismissal in the final minute against Nuremberg in April 2011.

"I said before, that we only got two points out of the last four games". We didn't want that and that's just not our standard.

Moenchengladbach's Christoph Kramer, left, and Bayern's Renato Sanches.