The legendary German coach Jupp Heynckes who replace sacked Carlo Ancelotti as Bayern Munich Manager, has since his recall played a total of six matches in all competition and won all the matches.
Heynckes, who enjoys winning, continues his bid to turn the season around for Bayern Munich: The victory over RB Leipzig (2-0), last Saturday saw Bayern move to the top of the table for the first time this season with three points clear of their arch rival Borrusia Dortmund.
On this weekend, will see the Bundesliga Champion take on Borrusia Dortmund at Signal Iduna Park. This will really serve as a great test for the 72 years-old tacticians, this is always a close match with a great atmosphere, despite the expectations the game involved there is always a great tense and goals in the derby.
Remember that Carlo Ancelotti and Bayern Munich parted ways after 3-0 lost to Paris Saint-German last month. Leading to Bayern turning to the man that won Treble for them in 2013, as interim coach.
On his appointment, speaking at press conference in Munich he said “After leaving Bayern in 2013, I didn’t think I would coach a club again. I thought that was it.
Can Heynckes take Bayern to the wonderland of treble again?