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Bayern Munich’s Hansi Flick not afraid to get loud when needed in the locker room

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Hansi Flick has probably had enough of falling behind in games and has let his Bayern Munich players hear it in the locker room.

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Bayern Munich manager Hansi Flick has had quite a run since taking over in late 2019. After a wildly successful 2019/2020 campaign that ended in a slew of trophies, Flick has arguably been even better at the helm of Bayern Munich this season.

The Bavarians, however, have had issues early in games and have put themselves in many a bind so far this season. Some of those performances might make you think Flick went ballistic in the locker room at halftime — and you would be right.

“I can also get loud — no problem — that’s something you learn over the years,” said Flick to AFP (as captured by WorldSoccerTalk.com). “It’s sometimes all part of saying, quite clearly, what’s going on. The important thing is not to just scream blue murder, but to give the players something they can use to do better.”

However he chooses to deliver the message, it has clearly been working. Bayern Munich will face a stiff challenge against Borussia Mönchengladbach on Friday and Flick assuredly hopes that he won’t have to have another “inspired” halftime speech.

As for Die Fohlen, they are already amped and ready to go.

“Bayern Munich are probably the best team in the world right now, it’s going to be a highlight,” said Borussia Mönchengladbach midfielder Florian Neuhaus, who has been linked to Bayern Munich.