Heynckes

Crucial weeks for Bayern coming up

Jupp Heynckes has made the perfect start to his fourth spell in charge of Bayern Munich, winning all three games without conceding a goal. But with huge matches coming up in both the Bundesliga and the Champions League, the veteran manager is about to find out a lot more about his current squad.

Because let’s face it, this is the same group of players that started the season sluggishly under Carlo Ancelotti. He may have made a good start, but Heynckes’ selection headaches could intensify in the coming weeks, particularly when you consider who his side will up against.

HEYNCKES LEADS NEW HOPES

Even though Carlo Ancelotti won the Bundesliga and the DFL-Supercup during his debut season at the helm of Bayern Munich as well as reaching the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League, the highly-rated manager could only last 1 season in charge of the German club as he was sacked on September 28 of 2017 as Ancelotti spent a little over 1 year in charge.

Whilst it might come as no shock to fans who have been watching their recent dou performances on socagol, for such a highly-praised tactician and experienced manager who has won just about every top piece of silverware in the world of football, it was fairly surprising to see him being sacked in what was a fairly short period of time.

One of the main reasons of why it’s believed that Carlo Ancelotti suffered the fate of being sacked was due to Bayern Munich losing against Paris Saint-Germain in the 2nd group stages match of the UEFA Champions League, which was one of the most watched games on https://www.fussballlivestream.tv.

BAYERN WANT TO WIN

The Bayern Munich manager Jupp Heynckes has said that the club should prove that they are one of the top teams in the world by winning all the major titles this season. The German club managed to finish as the runners up in all the three major competitions they participated last season, with Fernando Torres killing them off in the Champions League Final.

JUPP WILL CONTINUE

Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness has confirmed that Jupp Heynckes' position as the manager of the club will not change despite finishing as the runners up in three different competitions.

Bayern Munich finished in the second position in the domestic league to Dortmund, while they also suffered a 5-2 loss at the hands of their league rivals in the DFB Cup. The Champions League final against Chelsea offered them the only chance to win the title that would save their season.

HEYNCKES NOT WORRIED

Bayern Munich manager Jupp Heynckes has said that he is not worried about the rumours circulating about his future following a run of very poor results.

Bayern Munich were doing extremely well in the initial part of the campaign, but their form has nosedived both in the domestic and European fronts.

As a result, Bayern Munich are at the stage where they have conceded the possibility of winning the title. This comes as a major shock for many who have witnessed Bundesliga over the years. It has been more than 20 years since Bayern Munich were out of the title race by March.

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