Bayern Munich News: I did not turn up against Ancelotti- Hummels

Bayern Munich News: I did not turn up against Ancelotti- Hummels


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Bayern Munich news says that Bayern Munich defender is not happy with the sounding of he turned up against their former manager.

Mats Hummels the Bayern Munich defender named as a king Slayer in the wake of the Italian manager Carlo Ancelotti from Bayern Munich.

In the recent past the Bayern Munich side dismissed Carlo Ancelotti from his duty after they faced a heavy defeat against the Paris Saint Germain side in the Champions league, Willy Sagnol the assistance coach of Bayern Munich now take the charges of the German giants as an assistant manager.

 Bayern Munich news alludes that Uli Hoeness the Bayern Munich president said that five senior Bayern Munich players turned themselves up against Ancelotti and that makes his position at Bayern Munich invalid.

In Bayern Munich’s match against the Paris Saint Germain, Mats Hummels was left out from the starting Eleven, as there were rumors that he was among the five players who stood up against Ancelotti.

In an interview, Hummels said: "I had no conversation with anyone to say I was dissatisfied because I didn't play in Paris,"

"Five players were talked about and I cannot speak for the other four, but I haven't had a conversation about being unhappy because I wasn't playing or anything like this.

"To be called a 'king slayer' is out of order. I don't know how this information originated or if it was written because I did not play. I don't like it. I just wouldn't do that."

In their last match, Bayern Munich drew their match against Hertha Berlin by 2-2, since the Italian exit.





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