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Herbert Hainer
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Job Bayern president
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2019 11 15 Retrieve

[Herbert Hainer replaces Uli Hoeness as Bayern president] Bayern Munich is the best club in the world. It is a pleasure and a great honour to be standing before you here today. I bow down to Uli for his life’s work. What you’ve achieved for this club is simply extraordinary

2020 02 04 Retrieve

[Bayern Munich president Herbert Hainer admits that Manchester City winger Leroy Sane remains of interest to the Bundesliga champions] Leroy Sane is a great player that we are interested in, which is a well-known fact. Now we have to see how he comes back after his injury

[Hainer added on Bayern’s desire to keep collecting major honours] I don’t just mean the German championship because we want to win the Champions League again. After all, we have the final at home in 2022 and we want to win there at the latest

2020 02 08 Retrieve

[While Cristiano Ronaldo has been in impressive form this season, his advancing age saw Bayern Munich this week declare he is too old for them] Of course there are many names linked with us in the press. But Ronaldo is a bit too old for us

2020 03 01 Retrieve

[Hoffenheim owner Dietmar Hopp has hit back against protests against his ownership of the Bundesliga club, saying he will not stop attending matches] All of us at FC Bayern are still stunned by yesterday’s incidents in Hoffenheim. We are ashamed of the behaviour of a few so-called ‘fans’ in the FC Bayern terrace and seating area during the game. Dietmar Hopp was insulted in the worst imaginable way by a few idiots with a banner. He was defamed, from a distance, anonymously, namelessly, and in a cowardly way. The events of yesterday were an absolute low point. It is high time to act decisively. Racism, exclusion, insults and discrimination of any kind and against anyone must stop now. This is also the opinion of the overwhelming majority of FC Bayern fans. They are expressing their incomprehension and indignation via all conceivable online platforms, on social media and in numerous emails to us. Our fans stand together, football stands together, against hate, against intolerance, against defamation

2020 04 05 Retrieve

[Bayern Munich president Herbert Hainer expects a significant decrease in transfer fees following the coronavirus pandemic] As I said, although serious predictions are difficult to make, it’s obvious there’ll be changes. I agree with Uli Hoeness’ assumption that transfer fees will decrease. That’s just logical. When income decreases, there’s less money in circulation. And given the economic impact of the coronavirus crisis on people’s everyday lives, outrageous sums in the millions are even less justifiable than they already were. My hope is that more common sense will be applied here as well. I have to take my hat off to Hasan Salihamidzic and our sporting leadership. They’re handling the coronavirus situation very well

Of course, the situation is very tense. It’s about the existence of individual clubs. And even FC Bayern faces a major financial challenge - that’s no secret. But our club is in an excellent position. We work day after day to ensure that FC Bayern can navigate through this phase without any major damage. Despite this immense task, we’re looking to the future with confidence

2020 04 08 Retrieve

[Herbert Hainer says Muller is symbolic to Munich, like Oktoberfest!] It is, of course, very good news and I was incredibly happy when I heard [that Muller had signed a new deal]. Thomas Muller is a hero, a symbol of FC Bayern Munich. He’s spent his entire footballing career here and he’s blossomed once again in recent months under Hansi Flick. He provides so many assists, he’s an outstanding player, and I think that Thomas Muller belongs to FC Bayern, much like Oktoberfest belongs to the city of Munich. And in that respect, that’s really great news

[Hainer said of Flick’s contract] When the matter was brought to the supervisory board, we made a very quick and unanimous decision. As head coach of FC Bayern Munich, you will of course be measured by titles and that will certainly be the case with Hansi Flick. But we are absolutely convinced by Hansi Flick. If you look at what he has done with the team over the past few months, he has not only got the team winning, but it’s also about the way the team plays. They play incredibly attractive, great, attacking football, they score a lot of goals and win most games. They’re already so good, but I’m convinced Hansi Flick will continue to develop this team

2020 04 09 Retrieve

[Leroy Sane to Bayern Munich in the balance amid coronavirus shutdown] Serious predictions are difficult to make, it’s obvious there’ll be changes. I agree with [former president] Uli Hoeness’ assumption that transfer fees will decrease. That’s just logical. When income decreases, there’s less money in circulation. And given the economic impact of the coronavirus crisis on people’s everyday lives, outrageous sums in the millions are even less justifiable than they already were. My hope is that more common sense will be applied here as well. I have to take my hat off to Hasan Salihamidzic and our sporting leadership. They’re handling the coronavirus situation very well

2020 04 09b Retrieve

He provides so many assists, he’s an outstanding player, and I think that Thomas Muller belongs to FC Bayern, much like Oktoberfest belongs to the city of Munich.

And in that respect, that’s really great news

2020 06 01 Retrieve

[Bayern Munich president Herbert Hainer has underlined his club’s interest in Leroy Sane] Leroy Sane is a good player that every team would like to have. It has been known for a year now that we have been interested. He is still under contract with Man City. We have to see how things develop. Leroy Sane is certainly an interesting personality, above all because of his performance on the pitch. He is also a marketable player, especially for the young demographic

2020 06 19 Retrieve

[Herbert Hainer says Bayern Munich are more concerned with tieing their current players to new contracts before looking to sign new players] We now want to extend with our existing players, and then we take care of possible additions and sales. The priority at the moment is the discussions with the players that are currently under contract with us