Muller over transfer madness and football without a side
Thomas Muller is currently in a small sporting crisis under Coach Carlo Ancelotti at the FC Bayern Munich not always nevertheless the 27-year-old cannot be puzzled. I do not feel 100% comfortable if it is not sporty but nervous or out of shape does not bring me that. One must not lose the focus on the essential. Setbacks can also make you stronger for the future said the world champion in the interview with the GQ.
FC Bayern has marched to the quarterfinals of the Champions League. After the first-match gala, the Munich team also won in London. FC Bayern wins 5-1 at Arsenal FC, which is the reason for the quarterfinals. However, the performance of Bayern stars is rather average.
In the summer of 2015, the German football champion had an offer for Muller over 100 million on the table but the Bayern said Manchester United. For Muller, such sums are absurd. it is not that man is worth this sum. You are a trader at this moment. The Bayer continued We cannot touch that player because if that sum is correspondingly high, then you are only under unnecessary pressure.
He sees it rather loosely: You are part of a big circus, as a human being you cannot let it go to you. He is open-minded about the possible changes in the rules that are currently being discussed, such as the abolition of offenses or time penalties. I have not tried it yet, but maybe this is one or the other positive for the fans. As a player, we are somehow responsible for the entertainment of the people.
I am not one to resist change. There are always ideas that increase the entertainment value of the game without turning the whole into a complete circus number. However, cameras in the cabin are an absolute taboo for him. That is too much for me. If the camera should come there, I want to finish my career before. In a dressing room, a camera has lost nothing.
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His contract with FC Liverpool is due to expire in 2018 talks about an extension have been running for weeks so far without result. The Daily Mirror wants to have learned that three German clubs have extended their feelers after the midfielder.http://www.sportseducationexpo.com/muller-transfer-madness-football-without-side.htmlhttp://www.sportseducationexpo.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Muller.jpghttp://www.sportseducationexpo.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Muller-300x299.jpgFootball Clubthomas muller,thomas muller transfer