FC Bayern Clear attitude Kahn turns on in Kimmich

The club leadership of FC Bayern Munich does not want to exercise any public pressure on unvaccinated football professionals like Joshua Kimmich.

CEO Oliver Kahn and President Herbert Hainer but at the same time emphasized the clear corona position of the German record champion in Munich.

First of all, it is important that we have a clear attitude that we can only recommend it to vaccinate. That we underlined through several actions, said Kahn before the premiere of the Doku series FC Bayern – Behind the Legend , which can be seen exclusively from 2 November at Prime Video , in a Munich cinema.

In the end, you have to respect that if one or the other has a different opinion, Kahn supplemented concretely to Kimmich. It s very important – and it s our duty as a club, constantly show reconnaissance performance.

Hainer: You have to accept that

Claims President Hainer also once again emphasized the meaning of a high vaccination rate to tackle the Corona pandemic.

Bayern supports the vaccination campaign sustainable. At the end of the day there is no vaccination with us. It is the decision of each one, and you have to accept that, said Hainer. Joshua Kimmich said yes, maybe he s still vaccinating. I would be glad.

Bavaria s honorary president Uli Hoeneß did not want to comment on the red carpet in front of the cameras and reporters concretely to Kimmich, who so far did not vaccinate. The 26-year-old made existing personal concerns at his commitment at the weekend in a TV interview. I have an opinion, but only for him myself, Hoeneß said addressed to Kimmich.

In the six series parts of Doku about Bayern, Germany s top club grants exclusive looks behind the scenes and the interior of the team. We were important to produce proximity and moments for our fans, as they have not seen them from FC Bayern, Kahn said.