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Hansi Flick apparently relaxes the rules of predecessor Niko Kovac – Transgaming

by: Adam Smith


Coach Hansi Flick has apparently relaxed the rules of his predecessor Niko Kovac in Bavaria. This is from a report by Sports Photo out.

According to the Bayern players under Flick just one hour before the start of training on the Säbener road. During Kovac, attendance from 1.5 hours in advance was mandatory. An exception is probably only blood collection devices.

In addition, the process should be relaxed before the home game. During Kovac was also home match in the evening before sleeping in the hotel. loudly Sports Photo Flick sees no need.

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Either way, Flick's future is uncertain. Both the coach and the club even confirmed that they want to meet after the last match of the first round for a call. – We have the last fight against Wolfsburg on December 21, either this Saturday or the day after that we will meet and make a decision, says CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge Sports Photo,

In club managers, the coach enjoys a high reputation, which is partly due to his training concept. A continued employment of the 54-year-old, who succeeded Kovac in early November, is therefore increasingly likely over the winter break.

Flick started with four wins in a row and a goal difference of 16: 0 in his term. Most recently two 1: 2 defeats in the Bundesliga euphoria against Gladbach and Leverkusen.