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FC Bayern is planning Roundtable with ultras

FC Bayern plant Runden Tisch mit UltrasProtests of Bavaria against Manuel Neuer-© SID-IMAGES/Getty Images /.

The analysis with the FC Bayern is running at full speed. While those responsible are confined to the sport: also the problems with the Ultras to be refurbished

Munich (SID) - the analysis of the disappointing and titellosen season in the football champions Bayern Munich running at full speed. While the leaders of the Munich are confined to sports areas, the problems with Ultras groups are to be worked up with fans at a round table.

"Liked it not, what has happened." The topic of ultras is indeed relatively new for us. I say this clearly: we are a FC Bayern - player, coach, Club, fans. We must not divide us. We do not want something like that. "We want a FC Bayern," said CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge in an interview with the Munchner Merkur (Thursday Edition).

The Working Group on fans and ultras to can communicate with Club officials and players. "In the round the whole club should be represented." At the end, all on that table should go down rights and obligations. We want to discuss that calm. "I am convinced that you can find a solution," said Rummenigge, who wants to prevent an escalation of fan violence as recently in Frankfurt. "Something must be never in Bavaria, that the emotions turn into violence." We want to be a harmonious and successful club. "It all must be interested in."

In the South, it had come again and again in the second half to protest against the club management. The Ultras expressed their displeasure with the upcoming change of goalkeeper Manuel Neuer in some hefitge way. Also Club President Uli Hoeness was personally attacked and with abusive posters.

At the same time, Rummenigge renewed his criticism of FIFA and the organisation of the games of the national teams. "It's done everything for the national associations and nothing more for the Club." I have telephoned and advised him not to underestimate these things only last week with Michel Platini. "The clubs are out of tune, it runs to an escalation, because FIFA no signs to build a more democratic basis," said the 55. The entire club scene is behind it, which down up date density. It is important not only in the clubs of the top leagues.