FC Bayern Munich's Sporting Director Criticizes Lackluster First Half Performance
Source: Zeit
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BayernSportdirektor Christoph Freund criticizes the performance of Munich football stars in their 0:1 loss to Werder Bremen, citing lack of passion and determination.

The team's unexpected defeat against Werder Bremen is described as unnecessary by Freund, who emphasizes the need for a strong mindset and commitment to achieve success.

Despite having lost to Werder Bremen, Bayern Munich remains focused on closing the sevenpoint gap with Leverkusen in the table.

Bayern Munich's Sports Director Christoph Freund did not mince words when he criticized his team's lackluster performance in their recent 0:1 loss against Werder Bremen. He highlighted the absence of passion and courage during the first half as disappointing, emphasizing that if they want to achieve anything, they must give it their all. The unexpected defeat was deemed unnecessary by Freund, who stressed that a good training week means nothing if they cannot deliver on game day.

Looking ahead at future prospects for new winter signings, including players such as Innenverteidiger Eric Dier from Tottenham Hotspur has been mentioned. However, no final decisions have been made regarding additional winter transfers. As discussions continue about potential candidates like Kieran Trippier from Newcastle United and Nordi Mukiele from Paris SaintGermain joining as rightbacks; Friend remained tightlipped about specific names but confirmed that there is an ongoing search for a suitable player.

The position left vacant after Hasan Salihamidzic stepped down as Sporting Director will soon be filled with Max Eberl being considered a top candidate within FC Bayern organization according to rumors circulating around Bundesliga circles; however friend refused any comment saying it wasn't his decision or area of expertise so would rather focus on playing matters instead leaving this topic openended until further notice."