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Bayern give green light to interim coach Hansi Flick

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Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has insisted that he is happy with how Bayern is performing under Hansi Flick.

Following Niko Kova’s departure last month, Bayern hired Hansi Flick as their interim manager. But after considering the temporary manager’s impact on the team, Bayern is looking to hand Flick an extended contract.

Yesterday’s 2-1 defeat against Bayer Leverkusen was Bayern’s first loss under Hansi Flick. Out of five matches under the new boss, the Germans have won four of those without giving away a clean sheet. Moreover, the Bundesliga titleholders have scored 17 goals while conceding just two.

Despite the last night’s defeat, Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge suggested that the club was satisfied with the recent results under Flick.

“We’ve agreed that we will sit down after the last game, discuss and possibly continue with him beyond the winter,” the CEO said as per Goal.

“The important thing in football is the quality of play and the game plan. And we have that with Hansi Flick.

“For me, nothing has changed after last night’s game. We’re very satisfied with him,” Karl-Heinz Rummenigge assured.

“It was the best Bundesliga game of the season but unfortunately ended with the wrong result for us.

“We have to forget the defeat and carry on with the same quality of play.”