Thomas Tuchel’s address to Bayern Munich players who don’t like him leaked after departure announced

According to, Thomas Tuchel urged his team “we have to win” after his departure from Bayern Munich was revealed. The German has not yet been in charge for a year, but concerns at the Allianz Arena have prompted the club’s management to break connections at the conclusion of the season. There have been allegations of internal conflict between Tuchel and many of his key players, including Joshua Kimmich.

Bayern’s results have also dropped dramatically in recent weeks, putting their Bundesliga domination at risk, with Bayer Leverkusen eight points ahead. Tuchel’s side recently suffered Champions League defeats to championship rivals Bochum and Lazio.

Following the revelation of his resignation, Tuchel sought to quell any dissatisfaction, with BILD reporting that he informed the dressing room: “There are no longer weekly conversations; everyone is aware of it. We can yet do something; we must win.”

Tuchel was joined by Bayern’s CEO, Jan-Christian Dreesen, who also urged for more from the players, who might lose the Bundesliga title for the first time since Borussia Dortmund won it in 2012.

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He stated, “I told the players unequivocally that their personal interests must come second to those of the club and the team.” The most essential factor is FC Bayern. The players must now bring the quality to the pitch that they definitely possess, and they must be captivated by the honour.”

Bayern must now rely on Leverkusen dropping points to catch up, despite the fact that Xabi Alonso’s side has yet to lose a game this season and is breaking domestic records. Tuchel will also try to overcome a 1-0 Champions League disadvantage against Lazio.

The Bavarians were expected to do well in Europe, particularly after adding Harry Kane in the summer. The ex-Tottenham striker has scored frequently, but he faces another trophyless season, with Bayern now out of the German Cup. The Englishman netted an injury-time winner at the weekend as Bayern defeated RB Leipzig at the Allianz Arena, keeping their slender title aspirations alive.

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