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Bayern Munich News: Five Bayern Players turned against Ancelotti

Bayern Munich News: Five Bayern Players turned against Ancelotti

 

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Bayern Munich news says that Five Bayern Munich players are turned against the Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti.

The Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness avouched that the Italian manager Carlo Ancelotti’s role at Bayern Munich becomes untenable after five players are turned against him.

In this Thursday the Bayern Munich side sacked the Italian manager Carlo Ancelotti after the Bayern Munich side faces a mammoth defeat against the French giants Paris Saint Germain side.

Karl-Heinz Rummenigge the CEO of Bayern Munich says that the club sacked him as under his wing their performance was not up to the mark what they are expecting from the club.

But Bayern Munich news alludes that the Bayern dressing room clash was the main part of his downfall.

Bayern Munich president Hoeness says: "There were five players against Ancelotti,"

"It was impossible to get out of that."

The Bayern Munich trio Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Muller and Arjen Robben they have opined their umbrage about the manager at the various stages in this season.

After his downfall when a question asked to the former AC Milan manager he says: "I don't want to speak but I will be writing a statement."

 

 

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