Bayern Munich has a problem, a problem which is faced by other top clubs of Europe like Juventus in Italy, Celtic in Scotland and Paris Saint-German in France that they are extremely successful.
Bayern has been the best team for Germany. Since the Bundesliga inception, it has been remorseless, winning seven league games out of seven and racking up 22 goals in this process.
Bayern Munich has the best players in Germany, It also has its old self-assertiveness back and is playing tactically the best football.
Bayern perhaps hasn’t been overly yet in the Champions League this season –and the structure and the timing of the remainder of the competition remain wild cards-but the demolitions of Tottenham in the group stage and Chelsea in the first leg and the last 16th offered a clear indication of its quality.
Bayern is successful because of their emerging players one of them being Serge Gnabry who can be touted as frontrunner of the new generation for the club due to his amazing skills on the field.
Bayern has lost great players like Arjen Robben, Franck Ribery, Mats Hummels, Rafinha, Douglas Costa, and Arturo Vidal. That made the situation harder for Kovac, although it was his style as much as anything else that raised questions.
The old guard Neuer has gone now and the way forward is clear. Flick has managed already and he has imposed a more modern progressive style.
The biggest problem for German Football is that even in a time of transition. Bayern keeps winning the league like this. Bundesliga will not feel like a challenge.
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