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Niko Kovac To Succeed Jupp Heynckes As Bayern Munich Coach

15 April 2018, 12:40 | Rose Hansen

Bayern Munich star injured; could miss Real Madrid clash

Niko Kovac smiles prior the German Bundesliga soccer match between 1. FC Cologne and Eintracht Frankfurt in Cologne Germany

Madrid, the two-time defending Champions League winners, advanced to the semifinals of Europe's top club competition for an eighth straight year on Wednesday after Cristiano Ronaldo scored a penalty against Juventus in the 97th minute.

"We agreed a three-year contract on Thursday". Niko was a Bayern player, he knows the people in charge as well as the structure and the club's DNA.

"It's disrespectful. We will not talk about it with Bayern now, but we will look for dialogue again in the near future".

The 46-year-old remains somewhat of an unknown quantity, though, so here are 10 things you might not know about the incoming Bayern boss.

Bayern Munich caretaker manager, Jupp Heynckes has backed Niko Kovac as the right man for Bayern Munich.

Kovac will be assisted by his brother Robert, who fulfils a similar role at Eintracht.

"I have good memories of our treble season".

The European Cup's most-played fixture and a veritable continental Klassiker, Bayern Munich v Real Madrid needs no introduction.

Niko Kovac smiles prior the German Bundesliga soccer match between 1. FC Cologne and Eintracht Frankfurt in Cologne Germany

Frankfurt sporting director Fredi Bobic blasted Bayern for not getting in touch beforehand, and for the timing of its announcement.

The Reds men are the only unbeaten team in the competition despite playing the most games, 12, after coming through the playoff round in August.

Kovac was appointed at Eintracht in March 2016 and helped the club survive a relegation play-off that season before guiding them to a respectable 11th-place finish in 2017.

Yes, in the social media-driven world that we now live in, where team's compete to unveil new signings in the most freakish ways imaginable, the German league have went back to basics with this portrait of Kovac.

Bayern started like a side with nothing to play for and they were punished for allowing Gladbach to control possession in the opening stages when Drmic cut inside Niklas Sule and curled a fine shot beyond Sven Ulreich and inside the far post.

Borussia Monchengladbach head coach Dieter Hecking insists his team will not settle for limiting the damage against the champions. "The players must know each other and respect each other".

Club president Uli Hoeness, who played alongside Rummenigge in the Bayern outfit that won the 1976 title, added: "If you want to win the Champions League, you have to beat the best".

Kovac will need to adjust to instructing established stars at Bayern, rather than young players of promise still eager to learn, and he will be expected to maintain the club's high standards.




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