Bayern Munich Chief clarifies statements on Mesut Ozil

Bayern Munich Chief clarifies statements on Mesut Ozil

Instead, the three Bayern bosses, led by Rummenigge, delivered a furious lecture to a packed conference room, accusing journalists and pundits of disrespect and "indecent" reporting.

Bayern are now sixth in the Bundesliga, four points behind leaders Borussia Dortmund.

"Bayern's luck and fortune does not depend on whether Bernat plays at Bayern".

That prompted Bayern to hold two Friday news conferences, one with coach Niko Kovac and the other with Hoeness, CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic.

Back in July, Hoeness said that "Ozil has being playing sh*t for years." when asked about the player's retirement after the World Cup.

"That day, we decided that we would sell him because he nearly cost us all the success in the Champions League".

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"No-one wastes any thoughts on values like dignity and decency". "This applies to the media, it applies also to experts, and it applies above all to experts who once played football for this club".

"Today is an important day as we inform you that we will no longer tolerate this derogatory and derisive reporting".

"We met on Monday after Germany's worldwide match against the Netherlands and have decided we'll no longer accept this style of journalism".

Bayern Munich chief Uli Hoeness has made a remarkable statement on Mesut Ozil, saying that he should have called the German crap, not sh*t.

However, his exit was settled after a miserable opening 45 minutes in Bayern's Champions League quarter-final first-leg clash with Sevilla in April.

"On this very day, we decided that we will sell him because he almost cost us the Champions League and I would have loved to hear your statement on what bull-- he played".

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