Thu. May 26th, 2022

FC Bayern can enter the tenth championship in a row in the Bundesliga top game against Borussia Dortmund on Saturday. Chef Trainer Julian Nagelsmann promised before the duel that the Munich would keep the intensity high even in the case of premature title win. However, the wording of the 34-year-old did not get well with each listener.

“We are not at the volunteer fire department South Giesing”, with this spell Julian Nagelsmann reacted to the press conference before the encounter with the BVB (Saturday, 18:30 clock) on the question of whether his players are relent on at a premature profit of the German Championship would.

“That’s our job too. We are not volunteering. We can not decide. We have Bock,” the coach of Bayern had previously stated.

What was meant as fun caused anger at the fire department. “In Bavaria, 320,000 voluntary firefighters afford 24 hours a day with an hourly wage of 0.00 euros their deployment service. They have a dedication every 2.5 minutes,” Johann Eitzenberger complained, chairman of the Landesfeuerwehrverbandes Bayern, with “Picture” about Nagelsmann’s statement. But not enough!

“We are disrupted about the statement because they discredited the commitment of our savior. We invite Mr. Nagelsmann to look at a guard of the volunteer fire brigade in Bavaria to clear up possible misunderstanding,” Etzenberger practiced significant criticism in the Bayern coach.

“There is no second leg for us”

Hartmut Ziebs, Ex-President of the German Fire Brigade Association, showed itself outraged from the boulevard sheet. “In contrast to highly paid football professionals, the firefighters have only a chance to save human lives. There is no second leg for us,” explained the former Vice President of the World Fire Brigade Association.

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Ziebs’ conclusion: “Therefore, Mr. Nagelsmann should rethink his players better with the spirit of volunteer firefighters. His statement, FC Bayern is not the volunteer fire department of South Giesing, disqualified the professional football. First think, then talking ! “

By jallen

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