Lauterbach meets FCB boss Kahn – Minister of Health reveals: "I'm still not a Bayern fan"
Created: 01/23/2022, 16:21
By: Florian Schimak
Karl Lauterbach (SPD) and Oliver Kahn (FC Bayern) after a conversation.
What was this meeting about?
Health Minister Karl Lauterbach (SPD) and FCB boss Oliver Kahn met for a kind of corona summit.
Munich – At the moment things are looking bad again in sports and in terms of Corona.
As the incidence increases due to omicron, spectators from the stadiums and halls have to stay outside again.
Also particularly bitter for FC Bayern.
It is questionable whether and when normality will return.
Federal Minister of Health Karl Lauterbach (SPD) and Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn discussed the current situation at a meeting in Berlin.
The record champions are guests of the old lady in the capital on Sunday evening.
On Monday, the heads of government of the federal states with Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) will once again discuss how to deal with the omicron wave.
Meanwhile, Lauterbach found words of praise about the conversation with the former world-class goalkeeper and current FCB boss.
“Today I spoke briefly to Oliver Kahn about football and Corona.
The conversation was very pleasant and exciting for me," Lauterbach tweeted on Sunday.
FC Bayern: Karl Lauterbach meets Oliver Kahn – "Still not a Bayern fan"
However, he also shot a small poisoned arrow in the direction of Munich with a wink: "Nevertheless, I'm still not a FC Bayern fan," wrote the health minister in the tweet.
What was the conversation about exactly?
Lauterbach did not say anything specific about the content.
But there should be another exchange: "The second leg has been agreed." From FC Bayern there was only one post on Twitter on Sunday, in which Kahn and Lauterbach could be seen - the record champions were also silent about the content of the conversation.
The German professional leagues from football to ice hockey to basketball hope that (more) spectators will be allowed to attend their games again after the prime ministers' conference on Monday.
In Bavaria, ghost games without fans have to be played again.