Former goalkeeper and member of the board of directors of FC Bayern Oliver Kahn shared his opinion on Karl-Heinz Rummenigg, who will leave the post of chairman of the club’s board early on June 30.
“Karl-Heinz did a wonderful job at Bayern. Over the past 20 years, under his leadership, the club has won everything there is to win. His contribution to Bayern’s success cannot be underestimated.
It’s time for me to take charge and become the head of Bayern Munich. Over the past 18 months, I have studied all aspects of the club’s work. I understand well how it works and what challenges await us in the future. I am aware of the complexity of the task and the severity of responsibility. I am ready to take them upon myself, “- the official website of” Bavaria “quotes Kahn.
Rummenigge leaves the club on his own initiative. Kahn will take his post from July 1.
Rummenigge’s contract with Bayern Munich was settled until December 31, 2021. He has held various management positions since 1991.