FCBayernMunchen wrote:German-American wrote:I don't love pep either, he's a great coach, but I absolutely agree that he is taking the beauty and tradition out of bayern. I'd rather have jupp than pep
But it's not about Jupp. Who would you rather have instead of Pep who is still a coach?
German-American wrote:Trusting the club doesn't mean trusting the coach
pyrasur wrote:Life of a Bayern supporter. Win 4 out of 6 trophies the previous season, lose a great midfielder and sign a greater striker. But a few tweets from proven Bayern supporter Clark Whitney before the season even starts and already pessimism is reaching critical mass.
At least we can only go up from here.
Jorge wrote:April 29, 2014: With a 0-4 defeat at home, Bayern Munich have recorded their biggest home loss in all of European competition in the history of the club. Against Real Madrid a team that had never won in Munich before and had a terrible record on German soil?
Winning the Bundesliga and Pokal with the team inherited from Jupp while half of Dortmund was in the hospital? Go ahead and celebrate, I will be more cautious.
Tedesco wrote:And where is the blame on the players here? I can't see the coach being the responsible for the players being lazy/complacent. No matter how wrong Pep got his tactics against Madrid (he did, even admitted), we still didn't see any fight from the players.
Anyways... This is the season where we will see if Pep make or break.
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