“I would not allow such a thing”: Magath swears on the trip to Bavaria in Ibiza, Nagelsmann irritated

“I wouldn’t allow such a thing”
Magath swears on the Bavarian trip to Ibiza, Nagelsmann irritated

This is a possible distortion of competition by the pompous FC Bayern: Felix Magath starts with the mental games, replies the Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann. Now the Hertha manager is upping the ante and inveighing over the record-breaking holiday break after Mainz’s bankruptcy.

As a precaution, Felix Magath perceived a distortion of the competition after the assignment of the match point. Hertha BSC had just missed the premature save by going 1-1 (0-0) in the basement duel in Bielefeld when manager Fox threw verbal poison arrows at the German champions Bayern Munich.

Magath did not like his 1: 3 (1: 2) failure in Mainz at all, especially as Munich are the next sixteenth-placed opponent from Stuttgart: “FC Bayern are champions. I don’t know if they stopped playing football. It’s not cute, “he engraved.

Reactions followed promptly. Asked about Magath’s statements, Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann retorted: “That’s very smart of him. He won’t be completely disinterested,” he said annoyed and advised his colleague to watch the game: “Then you can call me. . I’m not even talking about Hertha’s performance. ”

But Magath followed on Sunday. “I will absolutely not allow such a thing, such a thing would not come to mind,” he said of the photo of the trip to Ibiza of numerous Monaco stars after the Mainz match and reinforced: “Once a celebration of the championship is understandable, but not for three weeks. “

Stuttgart can only smile at us wearily

At VfB Stuttgart, after a miserable 1-1 (0-1) win at VfL Wolfsburg, which was thus saved, they reacted with a smirk when Magath was switched on. “We don’t need it,” said sporting director Sven Mislintat. Hertha, he said, “have it in their hands – and shouldn’t need Bayern Munich.” He has issued a defensive path for his he club: “First earn relegation and then stay in the league”, was the motto.

For half an hour, however, Magath’s rescue mission with the Hertha BSC seemed to have been accomplished prematurely. But then Arminia managed to equalize in injury time thanks to first Bundesliga goal Joakim Nilsson – and VfB scored almost simultaneously. He was “only” four points clear of 16th place: the old lady’s rescue was postponed for at least a week. Magath commented on Maxi Mittelstädt’s great missed opportunity mercifully for the 2-0: “It’s surprising that he passed the ball again. He made that decision and now we have to live with it.”

The situation is much more threatening for the strong Westphalians in the East, but their interim coach Marco Kostmann has tried to be confident. “The point can still be valuable. He was very similar to Arminia,” he said. “We are still able to keep the Bundesliga with two games to go. That’s all that matters.”

On Friday (20:30 / DAZN and in the live ticker on at VfL Bochum, which has already been saved, a win for Bielefeld is a must. “We have to go all or nothing,” veteran Gonzalo Castro said. FC Augsburg can face the last two days in a much more relaxed way. Despite the lesson of 1: 4 (0: 2) versus 1. FC Köln, the Swabian Bavarians are as good as saved. VfL Bochum even capped a largely lighthearted season with a 4: 3 (2: 2) coup at Borussia Dortmund while staying awake.

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