Bayern Munich won the German Bundesliga title in dramatic fashion, defeating FC Kolon 2-1 in the season finale on Sunday. It was their 11th consecutive league title.

But while the players were celebrating on the field, an unbelievable decision was made behind the scenes.

Hours after the title was decided, Bayern Munich shocked the world by announcing on Monday that “the club’s board of directors has decided to dismiss CEO Oliver Kahn and president Hasan Salihamidzic. Jan Christian Dresden will succeed Oliver Kahn as CEO of Bayern Munich,” the club announced, shocking many. It was an unprecedented move, perhaps, to fire the head of a club less than 24 hours after winning the title. 안전놀이터

Most shockingly, Kahn was even banned from participating in the team’s celebrations. He was effectively ousted from Bayern Munich.

Kahn took to social media to say, “Unbelievable! Big compliments and congratulations! I always said that, always give everything and never give up. I am so proud of you and this accomplishment!” he claimed.

“I would love to celebrate with the squad, but unfortunately I can’t be with you today because the club has banned me,” Khan continued, “I’m looking forward to next season. We will be the 12th German champions. Let’s celebrate the title together,” he wrote.

The shocking news has led to speculation that Bayern Munich coach Thomas Tuchel will resign. “Tuchel will no longer be at Bayern Munich on Monday after the former Chelsea boss gave vague answers about his future,” The Sun quoted Dietmar Hamann as saying. Hamann is a Bayern Munich legend.

Hamann claimed that Tuchel will follow Oliver Kahn and Hasan Salihamidzic in leaving Bayern Munich.

Tuchel was said to be surprised that the club had other ideas while he was celebrating the win with his players on the pitch. So, according to reports in the German media, Tuchel could leave as soon as Monday, May 30, local time.

The Bayern Munich legend said on German TV: “When you treat people like this, you have to ask yourself. I don’t think we can rule out the possibility that Tuchel will leave soon. He will leave voluntarily.” Teammate Eric Meyer echoed Hamann’s sentiments.

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