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“I'm so pissed off”: Bayern star Kimmich becomes clear in the new documentary

2021-10-27T10:20:42.115Z

FC Bayern Munich now has its own documentary series. From November 2nd, you can also see a scene on Amazon Prime in which Joshua Kimmich chooses harsh words.



FC Bayern Munich now has its own documentary series.

From November 2nd, you can also see a scene on Amazon Prime in which Joshua Kimmich chooses harsh words.

Munich - a lot going on at FC Bayern Munich!

There is a lot going on for the record champions these days.

The country's sports gazettes are filled with headlines about Joshua Kimmich (non-vaccination), Lucas Hernandez (possible prison sentence) and Julian Nagelsmann (corona infection) for a variety of reasons.

In addition, there is now also the premiere of the Amazon documentary.

“FC Bayern - Behind the Legend” celebrated its world premiere on Monday, and from November 2nd, Amazon Prime Video viewers will see unique insights into the sanctuary of FC Bayern.

Before the official start of the six-part documentary series, a few scenes leaked out.

And here, too, Kimmich plays a decisive role.

FC Bayern Munich: Stars discuss other stars - Kimmich with harsh words

Why is?

According to the

picture,

several Bayern stars discuss

the qualities of Europe's top wingers

in one episode

.

Serge Gnabry, who undoubtedly belongs to this category himself, first speaks about two French: Ousmane Dembélé (Barcelona) and Kylian Mbappé (PSG).

The German international says: "Dembélé is much better than Mbappé."

Thomas Müller reacts: “What does better mean?

What do you want with better now?

If I could dribble like the Dembélé, I would be better too. ”Finally, Kimmich, Bayern leader and one of the most important building blocks in midfield, intervenes.

Instead, he brings Gnabry himself and FCB colleague Kingsley Coman into play: "If you ask me, Dembélé or one of the two of you, I'll always take you." Dembélé discussion pisses me off! "

FC Bayern: Kimmich becomes clear because of Dembélé

Why is the Bayern star so aggressive in this scene? From November 2nd you can see for yourself and see the documentary. In advance, however, Kimmich's attitude can perhaps be explained as follows: Dembélé has been considered a difficult character for years. The tempo dribbler moved from Stade Rennes to Borussia Dortmund in 2016 and subsequently enchanted the Bundesliga with tricks, dream passes and goals.

The following summer he struck a transfer to FC Barcelona, ​​left BVB after just one year for more than 100 million euros.

At Barca, he also offended, made negative headlines with a number of escapades.

It is quite understandable that Kimmich sees his childhood mates Gnabry and Coman, whom coach Julian Nagelsmann recently described as "outstanding people", at a higher level.

(akl)

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Source: merkur

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