The Croatian’s place on the membership has been deemed untenable following a 5-1 demolition by the hands of his earlier facet on Saturday
Niko Kovac has been sacked as supervisor of Bayern Munich, the Bundesliga champions have confirmed.
The 48-year-old Croatian took over on the membership from Jupp Heynckes in the summertime of 2018 and received a league and cup double in his first season, however Bayern have struggled to hit their greatest kind this marketing campaign.
They had been humiliated 5-1 by Kovac’s earlier facet, Eintracht Frankfurt, on Saturday, a consequence which proved the ultimate straw for the membership’s hierarchy.
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It now stays to be seen who will exchange Kovac. Whereas assistant supervisor Hansi Flick will take cost for the upcoming video games with Olympiacos and Borussia Dortmund, the worldwide break which follows will give the membership time to contemplate a long-term appointment.
Quite a lot of high-profile names together with Jose Mourinho, Mauricio Pochettino and Massimiliano Allegri have been linked, with the likes of Erik ten Hag, Ralf Rangnick and Mark van Bommel additionally prone to enter into the dialog.
In an announcement on the membership’s official web site, Kovac himself mentioned: “I believe that is the fitting choice for the membership in the meanwhile. The outcomes, and likewise the best way we final performed, made me come to that call. My brother Robert and I thank Bayern for the final one-and-a-half years.
“Throughout this time, our group has received the championship, the DFB Cup and the Supercup. It was a superb time. I want the membership and the group all one of the best.”
Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge mentioned: “The efficiency of our group in current weeks and the outcomes have proven us that there was want for motion.
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“Uli Hoeness, Hasan Salihamidzic and I had an open and severe dialog with Niko on this foundation on Sunday with the consensual consequence that Niko is now not coach of Bayern.
“All of us remorse this growth. I want to thank Niko Kovac on behalf of FC Bayern for his work, particularly for profitable the double this previous season.”
Hypothesis had already grown round Kovac’s future over the weekend as Sunday’s coaching session, which had been scheduled to be open to the general public, was made non-public at brief discover.