Hansi Flick

Hansi Flick - how do we rate him?


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Messi983

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Following last season's injury crisis, the name of Bayern's head of fitness, Dr. Holger Broich, has been discussed internally and his potential departure is being considered as a consequence. Andreas Kornmayer has been discussed as potential replacement.


Kornmayer was a fitness coach at Bayern from 2010 to 2016, before Jürgen Klopp brought him to Liverpool
It is said that Broich would have been in serious trouble if Tuchel had stayed. And it is also said that Nagelsmann was not entirely satisfied with the work of Broich. The last real supporter of Broich was Hansi Flick. Vincent Kompany is likely to bring Bram Geers, a fitness coach whom he trusts. It still remains to be seen whether Broich will stay next season
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Doesn't sound good to me but hey, at least Birdy will be happy.
 

serghei

Senior Member
Hey, at least if likes of Pedri continue to get injured or look slow as a turtle we can cross the medical staff from the list of probable causes completely.

A change in medical and physio staff is gonna tell us which players are simply suboptimal due to their own flaws. There are already plenty of signs that several players in the squad are just poor from an atheletic standpoint. Pedri being the prime example.
 

Following last season's injury crisis, the name of Bayern's head of fitness, Dr. Holger Broich, has been discussed internally and his potential departure is being considered as a consequence. Andreas Kornmayer has been discussed as potential replacement.


Kornmayer was a fitness coach at Bayern from 2010 to 2016, before Jürgen Klopp brought him to Liverpool
It is said that Broich would have been in serious trouble if Tuchel had stayed. And it is also said that Nagelsmann was not entirely satisfied with the work of Broich. The last real supporter of Broich was Hansi Flick. Vincent Kompany is likely to bring Bram Geers, a fitness coach whom he trusts. It still remains to be seen whether Broich will stay next season
[@kessler_philipp, @hannalein3, @mano_bonke]



Doesn't sound good to me but hey, at least Birdy will be happy.

Bullocks.

Professor Dr. Broich was brought in after Pep's first season in 2014. He "survived" Pep, Ancelotti, Heynckes, Flick, Nagelsmann and Tuchel... Great guy. Levy will love that.

Other story is not that Kornmayer will get back to Munich but that the next Redbull guy will come in after half of the management from Bayern recently was brougth him from Redbull... - that seems to be more trustable...
 

serghei

Senior Member
Yeah, sounds suspicious. Bayern did well physically until their squad got complacent in the last few seasons big time. The players get away with far too much in football in general. If they don't have ambition to compete hard and win... the staff can't do miracles. Bayern lost the Bundesliga in abysmal fashion this season, and even last season they only won it because Dortmund royally shot themselves in the foot. 3 seasons ago managed to get knocked out in CL by 6-7th placed in La Liga Villareal. They have serios squad problems in terms of motivation and they are not new anymore. I'd point the finger at the players personally.

They are turning into us.
 
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Fati_Future_BallonDor

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Yeah, sounds suspicious. Bayern did well physically until their squad got complacent in the last few seasons big time. The players get away with far too much in football in general. If they don't have ambition to compete hard and win... the staff can't do miracles. Bayern lost the Bundesliga in abysmal fashion this season, and even last season they only won it because Dortmund royally shot themselves in the foot. 3 seasons ago managed to get knocked out in CL by 6-7th placed in La Liga Villareal. They have serios squad problems in terms of motivation and they are not new anymore. I'd point the finger at the players personally.

I dont think Bayern lacked motivation, they looked motivated as fuck against Real but they dont have the quality players which they had a few years ago

also Coman who is their best offense man in big games was injured, im sure with him they beat Real 🔥💯
 

serghei

Senior Member
Of course they do. How many points did they finish behind Leverkusen? That can only happen if the players are unmotivated and not properly focused. After 10 Bundesliga in a row their core took time off.

Every team is motivated in CL semis.

Look at Barcelona, pumped to the gills with motivation vs PSG before Araujo's fuck-ups. In the league, vs smaller teams, couldn't be arsed to play with the same ambition and intensity as last season.
 
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Fati_Future_BallonDor

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Of course they do. How many points did they finish behind Leverkusen? That can only happen if the players are unmotivated and not properly focused. After 10 Bundesliga in a row their core took time off.

Every team is motivated in CL semis.

Well maybe they were 10% less motivated for Bundesliga after winning it like 10 times in a row but in cl they were definitely motivated, also in the previous matches


Also Leverkusen played a terrific season, even prime Bayern would have struggled to win it this season 💯
 

vegitot

Senior Member
Hey, at least if likes of Pedri continue to get injured or look slow as a turtle we can cross the medical staff from the list of probable causes completely.

A change in medical and physio staff is gonna tell us which players are simply suboptimal due to their own flaws. There are already plenty of signs that several players in the squad are just poor from an atheletic standpoint. Pedri being the prime example.
Player like Pedri won't get any stronger/faster no matter what kind of medical staffs are. So it won't tell anything.

The best they can do is getting rid of injuries and helping players maintain their best shape
 

Don Juan Laporta Estruch

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We are not winning anything next season, especially in that shithole Montjuic. All the players we have been linked to are mid tier players who will think they have hit the jackpot by being signed by Barcelona and dig their heels in and never leave.

As a result, I think we should seriously consider just planning for 2025/26, when Pep and Klopp will both likely be available and we will be back in the Camp Nou. Also, there will be better players who appear in the market, and more importantly we will have the money to go and get them.

Don't buy anyone. Save money for 2025/6.

Go full La Masia


Fort.------ Araujo. --------- Faye -------- Balde
----------------------Cubarsi
------------- Gavi ------------------Pedri
Lamine--------------Guiu--------------------Fermin.


We will likely achieve the same result ( Top 4 in La Liga ) as if we blow cash on our mid tier transfer targets anyway, and we also get the bonus of one year of blooding these youngsters.

Sometimes the smartest thing to do is accept one year of not competing.
 

soul24rage

Senior Member
We are not winning anything next season, especially in that shithole Montjuic. All the players we have been linked to are mid tier players who will think they have hit the jackpot by being signed by Barcelona and dig their heels in and never leave.

As a result, I think we should seriously consider just planning for 2025/26, when Pep and Klopp will both likely be available and we will be back in the Camp Nou. Also, there will be better players who appear in the market, and more importantly we will have the money to go and get them.

Don't buy anyone. Save money for 2025/6.

Go full La Masia


Fort.------ Araujo. --------- Faye -------- Balde
----------------------Cubarsi
------------- Gavi ------------------Pedri
Lamine--------------Guiu--------------------Fermin.


We will likely achieve the same result ( Top 4 in La Liga ) as if we blow cash on our mid tier transfer targets anyway, and we also get the bonus of one year of blooding these youngsters.

Sometimes the smartest thing to do is accept one year of not competing.
I'm on board with your plan. I trust the Masia talents that are coming up.

The only thing that I would change is have Cubarsi at CB and rotate with Faye (if we even keep him).

Have Casado and Christensen alternate in the DM spot.

Gundogan will probably be needed with Gavi still out with injury until maybe November 2024.
 

jamrock

Senior Member
We are not winning anything next season, especially in that shithole Montjuic. All the players we have been linked to are mid tier players who will think they have hit the jackpot by being signed by Barcelona and dig their heels in and never leave.

As a result, I think we should seriously consider just planning for 2025/26, when Pep and Klopp will both likely be available and we will be back in the Camp Nou. Also, there will be better players who appear in the market, and more importantly we will have the money to go and get them.

Don't buy anyone. Save money for 2025/6.

Go full La Masia


Fort.------ Araujo. --------- Faye -------- Balde
----------------------Cubarsi
------------- Gavi ------------------Pedri
Lamine--------------Guiu--------------------Fermin.


We will likely achieve the same result ( Top 4 in La Liga ) as if we blow cash on our mid tier transfer targets anyway, and we also get the bonus of one year of blooding these youngsters.

Sometimes the smartest thing to do is accept one year of not competing.
Might get relegate with that team lol.

Definitely not finishing top 4.

Girone
AM
RS would all finish ahead of us.

Lots of high potential players there for the future though.
 

jamrock

Senior Member
Given his somewhat limited pace,and huge passing ability, and great positioning I've said this before, but cubarsi could be the busquets replacement we've been waiting for.
 

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