Everything is going well at the FC Bayern Munich currently, but ex-Bayern captain and German football's most-capped player, turned tabloid star, Lothar Matthäus has detected conflict potential in the Reds offensive. He says that Robert Lewandowski’s repeated criticism of Arjen Robben’s ball passing habits is making the Dutchman insecure. He’s passing now when he shouldn’t and going solo when others are standing better. He gave examples from the recent matches against Schalke 04 and against the VfB Stuttgart.
But Loddar has found a cure for the problem on which we had reported earlier, he wrote in his Bild column on Wednesday (November 25):
“You can see that something is not right between Robben and Lewandowski. The two should go out for a beer. And Robben should pay!”
A truly Bavarian solution to the problem. Below is a video which teaches Fränglish by Loddar (Franken is a German region - the largest part is in Northern Bavaria, where Lothar Matthäus was born).