Bayern Munich & Christian Nerlinger
FC Bayern Munich , is a German sports club based in Munich, Bavaria. Christian Nerlinger (born 21 March 1973 in Dortmund) is a retired German footballer who played as a central midfielder, who currently works for Bayern Munich as general manager./5
Bayern Munich appointed Matthias Sammer as sporting director to replace the fired Christian Nerlinger on Monday.
Bayern Munich have confirmed that Matthias Sammer is to become their new sporting director, following the departure of Christian Nerlinger.
Bayern Munich have appointed former Germany international Matthias Sammer as their sports director after parting ways with Christian Nerlinger following two seasons without a trophy, the Bavarians said on Monday.
Pep talk: Guardiola will be next Bayern Munich boss when sabbatical ends (report) Ex-Barcelona coach has already been in contact with Bayern via brother Pere claims Bild newspaper – and it's all timed nicely for him to begin in 2013 According to German paper Bild, Pep Guardiola is a shock candidate to ultimately succeed Bayern Munich's elderly coach Jupp Heynckes – when the ex-Barca chief ends his famous year off. Guardiola, 41, has already been in initial contact with the German giants, via Christian Nerlinger, who was scouting in Spain and had talks with Pep's brother Pere. All this is supposed to have happened BEFORE Pep turned down a multi-million offer from Chelsea. Bild reports that the timing of Guardiola's sabbatical ending in 2013 is a perfect fit for Bayern – as Heynckes is thought to be pegged for just one more season.
Bayern Munich have jumped ahead of Chelsea in the race to appoint Pep Guardiola. General manager Christian Nerlinger has held talks with the former Barcelona coach's agent.
Nerlinger rejects Gomez criticism: Bayern Munich general manager Christian Nerlinger has hit back at Mehmet Scho...
Gomez to stay with Bayern: Bayern Munich director of sport Christian Nerlinger insists Mario Gomez will ...
Bayern Munich sporting director Christian Nerlinger has reacted angrily to statements by Mehmet Scholl to National player Mario Gomez.
Bayern Munich sporting director Christian Nerlinger claims the club feel under no pressure to press ahead with a...
David Alaba seeks Bayern Munich answers over Barcelona interest The father and agent of David Alaba has held talks with Bayern Munich over the interest of Barcelona. El Mundo Deportivo says George Alaba met with Bayern chiefs Christian Nerlinger and Uli Hoeness for clear the air talks over his son's future. The Austria international is a summer target for Barca, which see the youngster as ideal cover for Eric Abidal. The result of the meeting has been described as 'ambiguous', with the Alaba family unsure if David will start next season as a Bayern player. My take Who no like better thing!
Nerlinger makes Bayern claim: Bayern Munich director of sport Christian Nerlinger claims the Bundesliga ...
Title race back in our hands - Bayern boss - Bayern Munich's director of sport Christian Nerlinger insisted the Germ...
Nerlinger: Bayern destiny in our own hands: Bayern Munich director of sport Christian Nerlinger believes the clu...
Bundesliga - Bayern worried about schedule - Bayern Munich sporting director Christian Nerlinger has warned that a c...
Learning from I seeRT Bayern Munich sporting director Christian Nerlinger claims criticism of the club is 'laughable'
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