On Sunday, rivals Borussia Dortmund won their eleventh consecutive league title by beating Cologne 2-1 and drawing 2-2, but announced the sacking of CEO Oliver Kahn and sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic. match
At a press conference on Sunday, Heiner explained that both had been fired. Dismissal of Tuchal.
He added, “We have complete faith in Thomas Tuchel. He is one of the best coaches in Europe and has shown that at many clubs. I don’t see why Thomas Tuchel shouldn’t be our coach.”
Khan and Hamidzic paid the price for the Bavarian club’s misery at the end of the season, with exits in the quarter-finals of the German Cup and Champions League.
Both had staked out the sacking of coach Julian Nagelsmann at the end of last March, and Tuchel replaced him as the decisive weeks approached the end of the season.
On Sunday, Hainer confirmed the return of Rammenicke, who played for the club for a decade and will hold the CEO position until he is replaced in 2021.
Hainer said Bayern would give Tuchel a bigger role, including a return to Rummenigge, which would rely heavily on the club’s playing experience.
The decision was announced on Thursday to Bavarian club president Kahn and Hamidzic: “enough time to deal with the situation” and “out of respect for these two symbols of Bayern Munich”.
Kahn did not travel to Cologne on team duty due to flu, but the former Bayern Munich goalkeeper and captain took to his Twitter account to say that the club prevented him from traveling to Cologne for the last leg of the match.
Heiner said Hamidzic “received the decision well”, but: “We had the same conversation with Oliver Kahn and unfortunately it didn’t go well. We couldn’t end it amicably, so he couldn’t go to Cologne. Saturday.”