There is currently a lot of unrest at FC Bayern. In terms of sport, things are not going according to plan for the Munich team, who are used to success. In addition, internals from the cabin have been revealed again and again in recent weeks. Ex-professional Stefan Effenberg is not surprised at the record champion’s mole problem.
“Something like this also happens at other clubs and has happened at Bayern in the past,” said the TV expert in an interview with “web.de”.
You have to remember that “there aren’t just the players in the dressing room, there are 30 to 40 people.” “The players are also in contact with their advisors and families and so on. And if something leaks out, I don’t necessarily see a single person as a mole, but the entire environment,” explained Effenberg.
“We’re more like 500 to 1,000 people then,” analyzed the former Bayern star. “And that something leaks out is no longer so improbable.” According to Effenberg, such topics ultimately have to be “well moderated”.
“As a top club, you shouldn’t deal with such things for long. Bayern did quite well in the Mané-Sané case,” said the 54-year-old.
FC Bayern: Tuchel stands behind Mané
According to media reports, after Mané had beaten his teammate after the first leg of the quarter-finals in the Champions League against Manchester City (0: 3), FC Bayern imposed a fine and suspended the offensive man for one game.
Head coach Thomas Tuchel publicly backed Mané. “I’m his first lawyer and also his first defense attorney. I only know him as an absolute top professional. Everyone has the right to make a mistake. That was too much. He recognized it and an apology was made,” said the 49-year-old about the incident.