Bayern Munich’s recent skid has been accompanied by quieter voices on the pitch per manager Hansi Flick. The 55-year-old coach would love that to change and wants the Bavarians to get back to coaching themselves on the pitch as he told Bild.
“It was always good for us that the team was loud and coached each other,” said Flick. “We have to get back there. You can also tell from the fact that you are now hearing my statements more and more. In the past, you could always hear Thomas Müller or others. That’s why I hope that we will get back there as soon as possible, that people will pay less attention to me.”
And Flick assuredly would love his own voiced to be drowned out a bit after microphones pick up the manager saying, “My God...” against Holstein Kiel after Serge Gnabry made a mistake.
Per Bild, Thomas Müller, David Alaba and Joshua Kimmich are three of the players with the most loud and commanding voices on the pitch. No doubt, Flick wants them to get back to being loud on Sunday against SC Freiburg.