FC Bayern: Oliver Kahn wird im Januar neuer Bayern-Boss. Das Vorstandsmitglied plant bereits die Zukunft des deutschen. Bei der Sitzung des Aufsichtsrates der FC Bayern München AG am Donnerstag haben die Mitglieder Oliver Kahn einstimmig in den Vorstand. Oliver Kahn ist zurück. Er soll den FC Bayern München als designierter Vorstandsvorsitzender in die Zukunft führen.
Oliver KahnBei der Sitzung des Aufsichtsrates der FC Bayern München AG am Donnerstag haben die Mitglieder Oliver Kahn einstimmig in den Vorstand. Oliver Kahn ist beim FC Bayern als neuer Vorstand angetreten und hat sich in der neuen Rolle der Öffentlichkeit präsentiert. Der Titan wirkt für. Oliver Kahn soll FC Bayerns Vorstandsboss Karl-Heinz Rummenigge ablösen. Das dauert zwar noch bis Ende , bis dahin gibt es viel zu.
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Retrieved 16 June Süddeutsche Zeitung in German. Süddeutsche Zeitung GmbH. There were plenty of moments when I could have said, 'I think I'd prefer to give up' or 'this is all too much for me'.
But the vision of maybe being one of the best goalkeepers always pushed me on, always helped me in those tough moments.
It made sure I didn't lose perspective and always maintained that sense of desire. A natural shot-stopper with outstanding reflexes, Kahn continued to improve and soon emerged as one of Bayern's leaders alongside established stars such as Lothar Matthäus and Jürgen Klinsmann.
The Bayern 'keeper also became renowned for his intensely competitive attitude on the pitch, with displays of what he termed "positive aggression" going down in Bundesliga folklore.
In a draw with Borussia Dortmund in April , he squared up to Heiko Herrlich and appeared to nibble his cheek, before rushing off his line and only just missing Stephane Chapuisat with a wild kung-fu kick.
He also poked Miroslav Klose in the nose and grabbed Thomas Brdaric around the neck; the Bayer Leverkusen striker famously said he had "feared for his life", with Kahn wryly retorting that "football's a man's game".
Even his own team-mates weren't entirely safe, with Sammy Kuffour and Andreas Herzog among those subjected to Kahn's hairdryer treatment.
Scholl once quipped that he was afraid of only two things in life: war and Oliver Kahn. Who else would stand there and allow people to shoot balls at their face or stomach, and still think it's great?
A perfectionist obsessed with winning, Kahn often played like a man possessed, and his eccentricities divided opinion in German football.
For Bayern fans he became a cult hero, earning nicknames like 'The Titan', 'King Kahn' or 'Vol-Kahn-o', but others made fun of his intense demeanour.
He was even struck on the head by a golf ball at a game in Freiburg in April , a dramatic incident which helped to turn the tide of popular opinion in his favour.
Bleeding from his left temple, a furious Kahn was stitched up by pitchside medics and played the last few minutes of a win that put Bayern on course for the title.
Freiburg had been playing with an extra man since the 17th minute, but they simply couldn't find a way past the visiting shot-stopper.
Kahn's glittering career stretched over two decades from the late s until the summer of , yet the heart of his sporting legacy is to be found in a rollercoaster three-year period between and , when, by then the world's best goalkeeper, Kahn experienced triumph and despair with both club and country.
Few in Munich have forgotten the anguish of the UEFA Champions League final in Barcelona, where Bayern were just minutes away from being crowned kings of Europe for the first time since their glory days of the s.
It was not until injury time that Manchester United struck twice through substitutes Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to secure a historic treble and break Bavarian hearts.
Kahn was just one of the many distraught figures strewn across the Camp Nou pitch as the English side celebrated their improbable victory.
Indeed, redemption came on 23 May at Milan's San Siro, after a Champions League showpiece that was dominated by penalties. Having helped his side get past Manchester United — a measure of revenge for — and Real Madrid in the knockout stage, Kahn turned out to be the hero of the final against Valencia, saving spot-kicks from Zlatko Zahovic, Amedeo Carboni and Mauricio Pellegrino in the shoot-out to secure Bayern a long-awaited continental victory.
I knew what he was going through. Kahn himself would need consoling the following summer, as Germany were defeated by Brazil in the FIFA World Cup final — one of the defining games of his career.
The Bayern stopper had become his country's No. After a disappointing group-stage exit at EURO , Germany were hardly expected to perform miracles in South Korea and Japan, but Kahn apparently hadn't read the script.
The battle-hardened year-old made stunning save after stunning save to help his side reach the final, not conceding a single goal between their second group game and the ill-fated showpiece.
The final in Yokohama was billed as the battle between Germany's Kahn, 'the man with a thousand arms', and Brazil's Ronaldo, 'O Fenomeno', who had already scored six goals at the World Cup.
In the 67th minute, Rivaldo tried his luck from distance and Kahn made his first and only error of the tournament; the ball squirmed out of his hands and Ronaldo pounced to make it Twelve minutes later the future Real Madrid man doubled up, and that was that.
Brazil were world champions. Kahn was devastated. I already knew at that moment it would stick with me for the rest of my life. The sight of Kahn slumped against his post at the final whistle was one of the iconic images of the World Cup, but there was a slim measure of consolation for the Germany keeper as he was named player of the tournament.
He was also voted the world's best goalkeeper for the third time in , having already won the accolade in and Kahn would not get a final shot at glory with Germany when they hosted the World Cup four years later, having since been replaced by his long-standing rival Jens Lehmann.
Still, the squad's elder statesman won over plenty of supporters with his commitment to the cause. The past friction between the two keepers was no secret, but Kahn still came on to psych Lehmann up before a key penalty shoot-out against Argentina in the quarter-finals.
The latter made two saves and Germany advanced to the semi-finals. This gesture impressed me immensely. It was absolutely honest, absolute greatness.
I bow before this sporting spirit of Oliver Kahn. Above all, Kahn was a fierce competitor who went to extraordinary lengths to become the best at his craft and win football matches.
In over professional appearances he never actually managed to score a goal, but it wasn't for a lack of trying. The closest he came was in February , when he had a late penalty saved by Tomislav Piplica in a routine Bundesliga win over Energie Cottbus.
In March , Kahn famously came up for a late corner against Hansa Rostock and punched the ball into the back of the net, getting a second yellow card for his troubles "I thought the goalkeeper was allowed to use his hands in the box," he deadpanned.
Two months later, he also offered to take the last-gasp free-kick against Hamburg that would result in Bayern dramatically snatching the title away from Schalke.
Go away, we're letting Patrik Andersson shoot, because he's got the hardest shot'.