Family man with vise. Hansi Flick
2: 0 against Piraeus, 4: 0 against Dortmund – in his own way, Hansi Flick has managed as an interim coach in a week already one thing in its own right. It will be difficult for Munich to find a better one in the blink of an eye than him.
"Dortmund is the finish line," Hans-Dieter Flick, called Hansi, had spent this week for his time as Bayern head coach. "We want to go through with a victory. That's what drives me and the crew. I'm not interested in anything else. "After the game, Bayern boss Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said:" He crossed the finish line with flying colors. "But what is the goal line? Maybe there will soon be other, new goals and finish lines for Flick. On Tuesday he led FC Bayern 2-0 against Olympiacos Piraeus in the knockout stages of the Champions League and on Saturday to a 4-0 win in the German "Clásico" against Borussia Dortmund and otherwise did not do much wrong, since the club bosses last night asked him to phone Säbener Strasse by phone from his wife's dinner. One week later, this Sunday, the head coach of the German record champion will still be called Hansi Flick.
Or Hans Flick? For taking the media games with his name, Flick takes on a pleasant, rare in an excited football business not important enough. About the assessment of Lothar Matthäus, this week as a successor to his former boss Niko Kovac could "the Hansi become Hans", he had just stated: "The Hansi to Hans – that is nonsense. My grandfathers were called Hans, my father's name is Hans. He had the super-idea to call me Hans-Dieter. I am satisfied with Hansi. It is part of a coach that he also gets loud. I can do that too. Lothar knows me, but it has nothing to do with the name. "
Hans-Flick (t) Hans-Dieter Flick (t) Lothar Matthäus (t) Niko Kovac (t) Hans Flick (t) Borussia-Dortmund (t) Olympiakos Piraeus. (tagsToTranslate)