In this regard, he highlighted the role of the coach in defining the “philosophy” of a team. “There are two points that I think are important: A club must have a philosophy about what football they want to play and represent. That’s why you hire a coach you trust, “he added.On the other hand, the former soccer player, who arrived at Bayern last November to replace Croatian Niko Kovac, he praised the possibility that the German champion managers discuss the staff issues, and that it is possible to “speak everything openly”.The coach was not involved in the recent signing of the German team, goalkeeper Alexander Nübel, from Schalke. “They didn’t ask me, but of course I knew it was going to be signed. It was an issue that affected next season and I didn’t necessarily have to get involved either, “he said. Bayern Munich coach Hansi Flick said that a coach must have the “right to veto” over “new additions and reinforcements” in football teams, emphasizing the Technicians’ responsibility to “implement” the philosophy of each set and determine their “game.”“It is important to evaluate which players should complement or strengthen the eqexisting equipment. In my opinion, when it comes to new additions and reinforcements, the coach must have the right to veto, “said the coach of the Bundesliga leader to the German newspaper ‘Sport Bild’.