Kahn defends Tuchel team performance.

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Former Bayern Munich boss Oliver Kahn believes Thomas Tuchel should be given more time to work with the Bavarian side than part ways with the club this summer.

Former Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn revealed to Sport Promotion ufabet on Tuesday that Thomas Tuchel has had a tough time with Bayern Munich. and believes that the 50-year-old trainer should be given more time to work with Bayern Munich. 

‘It says a lot when one of the most sought after coaches in Europe. which led a star-studded team in Paris to the Champions League final. and winning the Champions League with Chelsea, fighting a lot of hardships in Munich.’

‘Bayer Leverkusen There is a special season in the Bundesliga. They have an incredible winning streak. Consistently win games late in games and in injury time.’ 

‘At some point This will tarnish Bayern’s image, but you have to realize that the other team is playing the season of the century. This is the only way to knock FC Bayern off the throne at some point. In Europe, things look different. The opportunity to be one of the four best teams in Europe is there.’

Kahn also believes Tuchel should be given more time to finalize his plans in Bavaria.

‘I can’t decide what the problem is. Because I’m not involved anymore. I always viewed him positively as an open conversation partner. Developed during his successful spells at Paris and Chelsea, his international experience could be a key factor in reaching the Champions League semi-finals.’

Kahn also discussed the decision to fire Julian Nagelsmann from his position as trainer. a move that later led to his dismissal as Bayern CEO.

‘Decisions must always be viewed in the temporary context in which they were made. At the time, we saw that our sporting success was at risk. Therefore, this decision was made. Which is definitely not easy.’

‘We didn’t win three titles, but we are still German champions. I often say that I think the way decisions are made is terrible. It didn’t go well. And I still think about that today.’