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BAYERN MUNICH powerhouse MULLER: "After Guardiola left, it was like Wild West here"

26.02.2020 16.02 by Claudio Colla  read 372
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Interviewed by The Athletic, after Bayern Munich flawless victory over Chelsea, German star forward and Bayern Munich vice-captain Thomas Müller (30), hinting to Carlo Ancelotti's supposed poor management, stated: "When we achieve a steady control on the game, it's easier for me to have an impact on the game. And we weren't able to, after Guardiola left us. On the contrary, sometimes it was like being in the Wild West here. Everything we had been fighting for, as Bayern Munich, wasn't there anymore. We felt like anything could happen. Maybe it was even funnier than ever, for the audience".

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