Berlin (Reuters) - Bastian Schweinsteiger is confident that the German football record Champions FC Bayern Munich in its present Form, "everything".
"Also in a European comparison, it's a super team," said the 35-Year-old in an Interview with the "Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung" about his former teammate.
"you can win the Champions League, especially Liverpool (winner of 2019) is already eliminated." In the Cup, the Munich have a home game against Frankfurt. "Even if the home advantage is not without an audience so big, you know your own turf better." In the Bundesliga, Bayern are well on the way to the eighth masters title in a row.
Schweinsteiger had played from 2002 to 2015 for the Bavarians. His biggest success with the Club winning the Champions League 2013. A year later he was world champion with the DFB-Team. Last year, he finished his playing career with Chicago Fire in Major League Soccer.
The shift in the European championship this summer, to a year due to the Corona pandemic sees Schweinsteiger as an advantage for the German national team. "I think she has the quality to come in the EM far," he said. "And the shift is not bad for us. We have many young players get a year more to develop."
A return to the business of football does not preclude Schweinsteiger. Currently, but it is not an issue. "If at some point something interesting will come up, it's fun for me, I'm going to think of me," he said. "But if I do something, then I would like to win and something on the legs."
at The moment, he was very pleased with the Job as expert for the ARD. "This fits very well for me to analyze games. And after a long career in which I was constantly demanded more time for the family." Schweinsteiger is married to the former Serbian world-class tennis player Ana Ivanovic. The two have two sons.
Ivanovic to trust her man a career as a football coach. "I'm sure Basti would one day be a great coach. He brings the passion, good with people and knows a lot about football," said the 32-year-old Serb in an Interview with the "Welt am Sonntag". The French Open champion of 2008 has been married for 2016, the former professional of FC Bayern Munich.
In the joint Interview, the 35-year-old Schweinsteiger admitted that he's missing the audience in the spirit of play in the Bundesliga. "You're used to playing in front of 50,000 spectators," he said. "But after this long break, I'm glad to be finally back to watching football."
He did not know whether because of the empty stadiums the players would waive swallows or any theatrics. "But what is certainly the case: for example, If a stadium is so full as in Dortmund, the audience a tremendous pressure," he said. "The missing now of course."Updated Date: 03 June 2020, 02:33