09 Apr Bayern Munich news: Niko Kovac provided’no work guarantee’ despite Der Klassiker devastation of Borussia Dortmund
The Croat has his side back on peak of the Bundesliga table, but was cautioned by Karl-Heinz Rummenigge that no training position is safe
Bayern Munich boss Niko Kovac was cautioned that there he’s”no job guarantee” despite leading his side to the peak of the Bundesliga with a derby destruction of Borussia Dortmund.
The reigning winners led to a pinch Der Klassiker battle with old adversaries on Saturday sat next in the standings.
A 5-0 win afterwards and they’re back in the summit and trying to push on towards a successive German top-flight crown.
Success in his introduction effort would help Kovac to answer a few of the questions which were requested of him this year.
The Croat has seen his character called into question on that the rear of a campaign that has seen Bayern much less dominant domestically, while also suffering a Champions League final -16 depart to Liverpool.
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge admits that Kovac can’t manage to take his place for granted, together with everyone in the Allianz Arena below anticipated to deliver or take the consequences.
Bayern’s CEO said of their present manager at the helm:”There isn’t any job guarantee for anybody in FC Bayern Munich.
“You constantly have to deliver in FC Bayern Munich.
“That is how FC Bayern Munich work and you have to cope with this strain. If you can not do it, you’re at the incorrect club.”
Rummenigge is planning to create his own death from Bayern.
He’s confirmed he will be stepping down from his function present role at the conclusion of his contract, together with the baton place to be passed to former goalkeeper and club celebrity Oliver Kahn.
“The concrete strategy is that Kahn will eventually become my successor,” Rummenigge said.
“My contract expires in December 2021. I’m convinced he will be a fantastic successor.”
It remains to be seen whether Kovac remains at the dugout at there.
He’s been around long enough to understand that Rummenigge’s warning applies to some trainer, at any given club.
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When he fails to live up to expectations, he then is going to be transferred on.
There are, however, no immediate plans for a different shift in Bavaria, together with Bayern president Uli Hoeness reacting to Rummenigge’s remarks by offering his service to Kovac.
He explained in Kicker:”It wouldn’t be a tragedy if needed to win complete second.”