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FCB boss Kahn dissatisfied with Musiala? "Told him there was more to come"

2022-08-15T04:16:05.845Z

FCB boss Kahn dissatisfied with Musiala? "Told him there was more to come" Created: 08/15/2022, 06:07 By: Florian Schimak Jamal Musiala (left) is happy with Alphonso Davies. © IMAGO/Mladen Lackovic Jamal Musiala once again excelled in his performance against VfL Wolfsburg. That even makes the FCB boss go into raptures. And not just him. Munich – You know Oliver Kahn's typical look when he is



FCB boss Kahn dissatisfied with Musiala?

"Told him there was more to come"

Created: 08/15/2022, 06:07

By: Florian Schimak

Jamal Musiala (left) is happy with Alphonso Davies.

© IMAGO/Mladen Lackovic

Jamal Musiala once again excelled in his performance against VfL Wolfsburg.

That even makes the FCB boss go into raptures.

And not just him.

Munich – You know Oliver Kahn's typical look when he is asked about something that doesn't really suit him.

The CEO of FC Bayern looks similar when he makes a joke.

With the former world goalkeeper, you don't know at first whether he's serious about a statement or whether it's his dry sense of humor.

In his assessment of Jamal Musiala's appearance in the Allianz Arena on Sunday in Bayern's home game debut against VfL Wolfsburg, it was clear that the titan definitely meant this sentence as a joke.

"I just met him in the dressing room," said Kahn after the 2-0 win over the wolves in the mixed zone, narrowing his eyes in typical Kahn fashion and staring at a point in the background: "I told him that there had to be more .”

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After such a performance, the only question that arises is: Where are Musiala's limits?

His goal to make it 1-0 was outstanding.

Thomas Müller plays him with his back to the goal, the 19-year-old turns, hard pressed by two Wolfsburg players, almost lies on the lawn, gets up again and chases the ball straight into the left corner.

A world-class goal.

“He had a great start to the season,” Kahn continues after his statement and following the laughter of the journalists: “What he's playing at the moment is 'outstanding', that is, extraordinary.

You don't see that goal very often, it was outstanding," said the Titan enthusiastically.

Above all, "the calm in his head" was what Kahn was so excited about this action: "There are a lot of things that come together at the moment that make him so strong."

Hasan Salihamidzic was also "happy that we have such a player in our ranks" in the Allianz Arena on Sunday. It was already known that Musiala has a certain class, but this season the youngster is rising To make a breakthrough at FC Bayern.

"He brings potential to the pitch, it's just great how he's playing at the moment," Brazzo continued: "It's a feast for the eyes to watch him play - and I'm very happy that he's playing for us."

Musiala with dream goal - Brazzo is not worried: "I'm not afraid at all with him"

Nobody at Bayern has concerns that Musiala could take off in the near future.

"He has nothing else on his mind," said Salihamidzic: "He lives for football.

We talk often, I'm not afraid at all with him.” As Thomas Müller indicated, Musiala certainly doesn't need a minder - and certainly not a mentor.

The best example: When the celebrated youngster enters the mixed zone, you don't notice it at first because Musiala doesn't take himself that seriously - and so in the end he just stops at his

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colleague and reluctantly answers that he's "in the flow want to stay".

When asked by another colleague if he still has something to say, he apologizes: "Maybe next time" and almost apologizes for it.

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Humility is very important to him.

And possibly taught to him.

Müller saw Musiala's goal "no special action" by the 19-year-old.

"That makes him so strong that he stays in the action," the 32-year-old explains the youngster's movement.

But one thing surprised him: "The fact that he then hammered it in so dryly on the bottom left was the best.

Whether the 2014 world champion could still teach the youngster something, Müller then only laughs mischievously.

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Where is the limit at Musiala?

The Ballon d'Or will be awarded on October 17th.

Musiala is not on the shortlist, but he could win the Golden Boy award, the best young player, if he continues to perform like this.

When asked this question, however, Kahn puts on the brakes: “We all know what we have in him.

But it's only the second day of the game now."

This time, however, one does not know whether this Kahn statement is not more of a threat.

True to the motto: hold on tight, this boy is going to get even better.

(smk)

Florian Schimak reports from the Allianz Arena

Source: merkur

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