Referring to an interview of Bavaria's Honorary President Uli Hoeneß, the lack of friction shouted within the crew of Bayern, Stranzl declared "Sky": "What Hoeneß has meant is that you need players who talk to their teammates, they talk about them Direct out at the back. I think that's missing in the Bavarians just a little bit. "
As long as everything runs according to plan, this is not bad. "But if it's not that way, it is important that you have a communicator who coaches in certain situations in the square," says Stranzl, the 258 Bundesliga games for 1860 Munich, the VfB Stuttgart and Borussia Mönchengladbach completed.
In Joshua Kimmich, such a player in midfield is present, "but especially in the last line, the types that conduct the others are missing," the 41-year-old Austrians outlined.
That said conductors are missing, Stranzl sees as "drawback in the development of Bavaria in recent years".
The German serial master "had always players who have passed on the square aggressive and have taken their players in the duty. Currently they do not have the types," Stranzl put his finger into the wound.
Stranzl characterizes the central defenders of Bayern
Niklas Slee, who leaves the Munich in the summer, is more a quieter guy. "You do not learn the coaching and conducting today, but it develops with the time and experience. If you come back like Süle after a serious injury, but you must first focus on yourself before you help others And they can support, "Stranzl took the national player in protection.
Lucas Hernández is in the eyes of Stranzl actually rather a leader type. "He brings together aggressiveness and lives her, but he too came back after a long injury. I do not know how well he masters the German language now. If you want to take the leather roller and give commands in the square, it would be important To master the language, "says Stranzl.
There is also time at Dayot Upamecano. He "is not stable enough. He currently has to look even more and learn to deal with that - compared to Leipzig - larger pressure situation," explained the former Bundesliga professional. "He has good facilities, but still makes too many mistakes."