Bayern Munich President Herbert Hainer sees future prospects for Hansi Flick as the team’s main coach beyond the current season, in which he took office after the dismissal of Niko Kovac.“We want to play a successful and fascinating football, like the one we are playing now with Hansi Flick, and if he keeps winning like this, there is no alternative”Hainer said in statements published Tuesday by the newspaper ‘Passauer Neue Presse’. The leader recalled that the current champion of the Bundalista already expressed “confidence” in Flick to confirm “until the end of the season.” “I think he is doing an excellent job, and I don’t say it just because we won all three games this year, but also because of the way we play”, said the former director of ‘adidas’.According to Hainer, he had rarely seen such a convincing victory for Bayern as he recently won against Schalke 5-0, “where the opponent barely managed to pass the midfield line in the second half.”The president of Bayern also mentioned that the goal was to win the Champions League in the coming seasons. “After all, in 2022 we will have the final at home and at the latest we want to win. But if we won before, I would have nothing against it,” said Hainer.
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