On the fringes of the match between FC Bayern Munich and Celtic Glasgow, Fantalk speculates about the successor to Jupp Heynckes and a Bavarian storm backup.
Mario Basler believes in a future for coach Joachim Löw, who believes that he can imagine a job as a club coach,”said Basler in SPORT1’s Fantalk:” I believe that Löw can be the coach for Bavaria in the next few years.
The other participants in the round were not quite so convinced of Basler’s thesis.
Peter Neururer also sees advantages for Löw as a Bayern coach (“That’s the safest way to be successful at the moment”). But the coach doesn’t believe in a club career of the national coach in Germany, and he would lose some of his reputation.
All Fantalk experts agreed on one thing: Jupp Heynckes will definitely end this season. This also gives rise to another topic of discussion in the round: Who will be the only real Bavarian striker Robert Lewandowski to be backed up?
According to Basler, the Germans would actually have to wait and see who would become a coach on Säbener Strasse next season to have the future coach discuss this issue with them. Nevertheless, the 48-year-old has a candidate on the list. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang!
According to Basler, FC Bayern Bayern would have to take all the money in their hands and release the Gabonese from Borussia Dortmund – even if the system would have to be changed over with just one tip.
Another name was also very popular in the Fantalk: Timo Werner. According to Neururer, however, this change would come too early, as a backup anyway.”Why should Timo Werner sit down behind Lewandowski in the Bavarian bank?” ?
A Gomez guy would be ideal, according to Neururer. However, there is currently no such thing in Europe. So the storm problem remains unsolved.
Once again the video proof was mentioned. Basler finds the lack of continuity a pity:”Video evidence is not used in the national team, in the Bundesliga and not in the Champions League.”
Coach legend Neururer went even further:”Get rid of the stuff until it works properly!” !
Neururer judges the Spaniard as follows:”You won’t see any mistakes”. In addition, according to SPORT1 chief reporter Thomas Herrmann, he is one of the best head-ball players in the Bundesliga.
Moreover, under Heynckes, Martinez will no longer be used as an emergency solution in central defence unless all the other central defenders are injured, Herrmann believes.
Martinez thanked the round with a header against the Scots.