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Re: Jupp Heynckes [Josef Heynckes]

Postby lau03143 » Sat Jan 19, 2013 11:52 am

FCBayernMunchen wrote:Personally I choose to believe the official story. I don't see any reason why I shouldn't.


Me too. At the end of the day Heynckes is old and wise enough to do the best for the club, and that isn't really for him continuing, and he knows that it was an ideal time to get onboard one of the most talented managers in recent history, in Guardiola.
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Re: Jupp Heynckes [Josef Heynckes]

Postby MoFattal » Sat Jan 19, 2013 12:41 pm

RAJBAYERN wrote:but I believe that a NO as an answer was what Uli was waiting.


"No" was the answer the entire Bayern management were waiting for. Jupp's bring with him future uncertainty. Our world-class is already at its peak, and we should have our goals focused. No distraction is allowed. Jupp wouldn't have made it for another 3 years, and those 3 years are supposed to be the ones putting us at the top of the footballing chain. We can't risk that goal with managerial uncertainty.

The club, players, and fans (including myself) all do love Jupp. But, it's time for him to open the way for a long-term visionary in Guardiola, irrelevant of him staying or leaving for the EPL AFTER 3 years.
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Re: Jupp Heynckes [Josef Heynckes]

Postby tflags » Sat Jan 19, 2013 12:52 pm

I am worried about the press conference yesterday. He was nervous and upset specially when questions about his future started. I hope the rest of the season goes smoothly. No reason to upset the old man over nothing.
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Re: Jupp Heynckes [Josef Heynckes]

Postby meister » Tue Jan 22, 2013 3:09 am

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Re: Jupp Heynckes [Josef Heynckes]

Postby RAJBAYERN » Tue Jan 22, 2013 4:23 am

meister wrote:http://www.goal.com/en/news/15/germany/2013/01/22/3690609/heynckes-angry-over-timing-of-guardiolas-bayern-munich

Don jupp is not happy :cry:


I was waiting for that reaction from Heynckes. Guardiola is totally a DISTRACTION for these season, many fans celebrating because he will reach at munich, people and the media start talking about signing new players, comparing our players with the ones of barcelona and anyone have ever consider what do really thinks our players about that news, all this comments and comparisons..

I noticed in their reactions that they was not happy at all with this news, they are more sad because the coach that made them better players and give them confident must retire just because Guardiola is the priority for the directives in the next season.
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Re: Jupp Heynckes [Josef Heynckes]

Postby Firefox1234 » Tue Jan 22, 2013 7:23 am

Sadly it couldnt be helped, the fact they kept it hidden for this long is a shock.
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Re: Jupp Heynckes [Josef Heynckes]

Postby quaazi » Tue Jan 22, 2013 9:47 am

RAJBAYERN wrote:
I was waiting for that reaction from Heynckes. Guardiola is totally a DISTRACTION for these season


Did you actually read Jupp's quotes? He said that if anything, the announcement should have come earlier.
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Re: Jupp Heynckes [Josef Heynckes]

Postby AssemFCB » Tue Jan 22, 2013 3:15 pm

He has a point, the wankfest over the past few days has been ridiculous. This is bound to affect the players, and Jupp asserting his already present dominance is the best thing to do right now.
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Re: Jupp Heynckes [Josef Heynckes]

Postby lau03143 » Tue Jan 22, 2013 3:51 pm

AssemFCB wrote:He has a point, the wankfest over the past few days has been ridiculous. This is bound to affect the players, and Jupp asserting his already present dominance is the best thing to do right now.


A bigger distraction would have been the constant speculation if he was staying or going at the end of the season and his potential replacement.

If anything announcing it now gives our players a two fold incentive:

1) Win everything for Jupp's last season
2) Play to impress Guardiola, as he won't be afraid to mix things up as he sees fit.
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Re: Jupp Heynckes [Josef Heynckes]

Postby FCBayernMunchen » Tue Jan 22, 2013 5:40 pm

lau03143 wrote:
AssemFCB wrote:He has a point, the wankfest over the past few days has been ridiculous. This is bound to affect the players, and Jupp asserting his already present dominance is the best thing to do right now.


A bigger distraction would have been the constant speculation if he was staying or going at the end of the season and his potential replacement.

If anything announcing it now gives our players a two fold incentive:

1) Win everything for Jupp's last season
2) Play to impress Guardiola, as he won't be afraid to mix things up as he sees fit.

That's true, although I think he is right that it should have been announced a bit earlier, not a couple of days before the Bundesliga restart.
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Re: Jupp Heynckes [Josef Heynckes]

Postby RAJBAYERN » Tue Jan 22, 2013 8:34 pm

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I was waiting for that reaction from Heynckes. Guardiola is totally a DISTRACTION for these season


Did you actually read Jupp's quotes? He said that if anything, the announcement should have come earlier.


And, Did you realize that he is wrong for said that?

If he wanted that the announcement should have come earlier, he must take the decision by that time, but he didnt, so is his fault if the announcement came last week.

And for me, it will be a distraction, because the media will be bothering for the rest of the season the team about this topic of Guardiola, disrespecting directly the authority of our coach (Heynckes).
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Re: Jupp Heynckes [Josef Heynckes]

Postby RAJBAYERN » Tue Jan 22, 2013 8:41 pm

Thomas Muller

"Everyone says that Guardiola is good for the Bundesliga and FC Bayern,"

"But nobody knows how good the results will be."


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Re: Jupp Heynckes [Josef Heynckes]

Postby quaazi » Tue Jan 22, 2013 9:16 pm

RAJBAYERN wrote:And, Did you realize that he is wrong for said that?

If he wanted that the announcement should have come earlier, he must take the decision by that time, but he didnt, so is his fault if the announcement came last week.

And for me, it will be a distraction, because the media will be bothering for the rest of the season the team about this topic of Guardiola, disrespecting directly the authority of our coach (Heynckes).

What the hell are you on about? He did take the decision by the time Guardiola was signed. And he quite clearly said that the problem isn't the announcement during the time he is still coach, but during the time when the Bundesliga season is active. This is no question of authority for Heynckes.
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Re: Jupp Heynckes [Josef Heynckes]

Postby RAJBAYERN » Tue Jan 22, 2013 10:19 pm

quaazi wrote:What the hell are you on about? He did take the decision by the time Guardiola was signed. And he quite clearly said that the problem isn't the announcement during the time he is still coach, but during the time when the Bundesliga season is active. This is no question of authority for Heynckes.


Jajaja, take it easy.

You are so lost with this topic. Heynckes took the decision to retire just the last week, before that, anyone including Uli didnt know exactly what Heynckes wanted, if stay or not for another season, reason of why it was imposible to make the announcement during the winter break, just because he didnt take his final desicion at that time.

If he prefers that the announcement came during holidays or between the winter break, he must had to announce his desicion to retire at that moment and dont now when the season is already active.

And for third time I will tell you that for me doesnt matter if it was announced in december or right now, the media will be bothering with these topic of Guardiola for the rest of the season.
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Re: Jupp Heynckes [Josef Heynckes]

Postby MaCk0y » Tue Jan 22, 2013 10:57 pm

RAJBAYERN wrote:Thomas Muller

"Everyone says that Guardiola is good for the Bundesliga and FC Bayern,"

"But nobody knows how good the results will be."


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I do not care at all who will be the next coach of Bayern. Heynckes is an exceptional coach, the best that I've worked with. With a great personality and a big heart. I am very sad he will retire at the end of season. "


What do you expect Ribery to say ? That Heynckes is the worst coach ever and he can't wait to work under Guardiola ?
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