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´What more could you ask for?´ – Salihamidzic defended by former Bayern colleague Kuffour

SoccerNews in Bundesliga 29 Oct 2022

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Hasan Salihamidzic is doing a great job as Bayern Munich sporting director and does not deserve to be criticised, according to his former team-mate Sammy Kuffour.

Salihamidzic has held the role since July 2017 and was recently handed a new contract to remain as part of the Bayern boardroom staff for the next four years.

Bayern have won five successive Bundesliga titles during the Bosnian’s tenure, as well as the Champions League, Club World Cup and the DFB-Pokal on two occasions.

Despite Bayern’s success, Salihamidzic has often had to defend himself when it comes to the club’s transfer business, not least after Robert Lewandowski’s recent departure.

But Kuffour, who played alongside Salihamidzic for the Bavarian giants, has defended the work of his former colleague.

“Why do people talk about him so often? Why do you allow yourself to criticise him?” Kuffour told Sport1. “He is doing a great job.

“Bayern won the Champions League, they have the German championship with him and won the Club World Cup. What more could you ask for? He should carry on as he is.”

Bayern have won the Bundesliga 10 seasons running and are well-placed to continue their domestic dominance this campaign.

However, since winning the Champions League in 2020, they have exited the competition in the quarter-finals in back-to-back seasons – something Kuffour says must change.

“I think the league is no longer attractive for Bayern fans,” he said. “What Bayern fans need is the Champions League.”

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