Abject failure’ Bayern Munich fined ‘58.1 billion’ for two managers

Bayern Munich has repeated its mistake of sacking a coach and spending the remainder of his salary within a year.

Tuchel, who will part ways with the Bavarians at the end of the 2023-2024 season, will be paid the remainder of his contract for the 2024-2025 season, according to German outlet Sport Bild.

Under the headline “How much will Tuchel get if he leaves Munich?”, the media outlet reported on the situation agreed upon by the two sides. Tuchel, who was originally under contract with Munich until the summer of 2026, mutually agreed to part ways with the club this summer.

On Feb. 11, Munich hosted Bayer Leverkusen at the BayArena in Leverkusen, Germany, for the 21st round of the 2023-2024 German Bundesliga season, which ended in a 0-3 defeat for the Bavarians.

A UEFA Champions League round of 16 first leg loss to Lazio on Feb. 15 and a 2-3 Bundesliga defeat at home to Bochum on Feb. 19 put Tuchel in a tight spot.

On February 21, two days after the Lazio game, the club announced on its website that it would part ways with Tuchel this summer.

“After an open and good dialog, we have decided to mutually terminate our contract this summer,” Munich CEO Jan-Christian Dresen explained on the website, adding, “Our goal is to carry out a sporting reorganization with a new coach for the 2024-2025 season.”

“Until then, everyone at the club is challenged to achieve maximum results in the Champions League and Bundesliga,” he said. “I also hold the team accountable, especially after the 0-1 defeat to Lazio in the first leg of the Champions League round of 16, but I am confident that we will reach the quarterfinals in the second leg at the Allianz Arena in front of a packed house.”

“We have agreed to end our collaboration after this season,” Tuchel said on the club’s website at the time, promising that “until then, myself and the coaching staff will do everything we can to ensure maximum success.”

Tuchel then attempted to salvage any last shreds of pride with a major overhaul of his squad, but effectively threw in the towel after falling 13 points behind leaders Leverkusen in the Bundesliga. In the UEFA Champions League, they can still challenge for the title by reaching the quarterfinals, but with Arsenal as their quarterfinal opponent and 메이저토토사이트 Man City or Real Madrid as their quarterfinal opponents, a top-four finish is unlikely.

Sport Bild then went on to describe Tuchel’s hefty penalty (residual salary). “Tuchel receives a huge salary of 10 million euros without a bonus,” the publication said, explaining that Munich will pay Tuchel’s remaining salary for the year.

This is similar to the situation last March. Munich announced Tuchel’s appointment on its official website on March 25 last year, at the same time as the firing of Julian Nagelsmann as Munich’s head coach.

It was during the March A-League season and Nagelsmann had previously been dismissed in disgrace after losing the title race to Dortmund.

At the time, Munich had agreed to terminate Nagelsmann’s contract and pay him a fixed penalty, which was a clause in his initial contract.

According to Bild at the time, the total cost to Munich to terminate Nagelsmann’s contract was €30 million. Nagelsmann was earning around €9 million at the time and was due to receive a maximum of €45 million over the remaining five years of his contract.

Nagelsmann terminated his contract during the second season. The two sides did not trigger the automatic penalty payout clause. “It has been confirmed that this clause will only be triggered in the event of a contract termination after July 2023,” Bild explained.

Munich will reportedly pay Nagelsmann’s remaining salary of 27 million euros ($39.2 million) over three years, plus the remaining salary of the coaching staff of 3 million euros ($4.3 million), for a total of 30 million euros.

However, there have been reports that the amount of the penalty with Munich could be different because Nagelsmann signed a contract with the German Football Association in October last year to take over the national team.

It was only a year ago that this happened. The Munich board of directors sacked director Hasan Salahamidzic and CEO Oliver Kahn in May of last year after a series of events.

Dresen took over in the summer and tried to help Tuchel in the new season by personally spearheading the signings of Harry Kane and Kim Min-Jae.

However, director of football Max Ebel was belatedly appointed in March, and the club faltered in the interim. On top of that, the club was left with a hole in its defense and a lack of depth in central midfield after the sudden departure of Benjamin Pavard just before the start of the season.

Tuchel feuded with the squad throughout the season and eventually left the club after a year due to poor results. Munich’s soccer mismanagement was repeated in the form of bloody residual salary spending.

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