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FC Bayern: After 'scandal' night, I'm in no mood for BER!  Relegation in the county - Bundesliga

FC Bayern: After ‘scandal’ night, I’m in no mood for BER! Relegation in the county – Bundesliga

Bavarians are tired of airport chaos!

Munich residents did not land at Berlin’s BER airport on Saturday evening. Before the first leg at Hertha BSC (Sunday, 5.30pm / DAZN and Live-Ticker bei Julian Nagelsmann (34) and Co. preferred to search for an airport in the counties instead…

Bayern Munich’s entourage landed in Schönhagen around 6:10 pm. The airport is located about 30 km south of Potsdam. Then the stars sat in the two teams’ buses for another 50 minutes – 45 kilometers from the Ritz-Carlton on Potsdamer Platz.

DON’T FEEL LIKE BER – Bavarians prefer to land in the provinces!

In order to be able to land in Schönhagen, two propeller planes went to Schönhagen. According to “tz” and “Münchner Merkur”, the entourage took off from Oberpfaffenhofen (southwest of Munich, only 25 minutes from Säbener Straße) – as has often been the case recently.

Background Why Bayern weren’t in the mood for Berne: In February 2021 the players, coaches and chiefs had to spend a night on the plane there!

In a good mood Friday after secret training session: Coach Julian Nagelsmann Photo: Robert Jongul

Shortly before the nightly departure to Qatar for the Club World Cup, the German record champions plane did not get permission to take off after the plane stopped on the runway at 11.59 pm, but the request for permission to take off after defrosting was said to have been received at 0.03 am was It was originally scheduled to leave at 11:15 p.m. There is a ban on flying at Beirut International Airport from midnight until five in the morning. A special permit is no longer granted.

The result: Bayern spent the night on the plane. With a delay of seven hours, he only went to Doha. Preparations for the tournament, which was won by former coach Hansi Flick (56 / now coach of the national team) and the hexagonal, were significantly disrupted.

Then Honorary President Uli Hoeness (70) said in “BR”: “Endless scandal!”

Former CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, 66, felt he had been “completely deceived by the responsible authorities of Brandenburg policy”.

The former Bayern Munich coach continued, “The officials have no idea what they have done with our team. You always had the impression that there was someone in Brandenburg who did not like Bayern Munich or had some problems with Bayern and thus put obstacles in our way.”

The Bavarians have now flown away by experiencing another such chaos in BER with the regional landing…

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