Craig Burley and Alejandro Moreno unleash Borussia Dortmund after a 5-0 loss at Bayern Munich which delivered their rivals top from the Bundesliga.

Bayern Munich CEO Karl Heinz Rummenigge has said there is”no job guarantee” for Niko Kovac after a 5-0 humiliation of Borussia Dortmund.

The Bavarians came back into the very top of Bundesliga with success over their nearest rivals, that have conceded 20 goals and scored just two in their last four trips to the Allianz Arena.

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Despite a point sitting behind Bayern remain on route due to their seventh successive Bundesliga name, and the first for Kovac.

“There isn’t any job guarantee for anyone at FC Bayern Munich,” Rummenigge said. “You will need to deliver in FC Bayern Munich.

“That is the way FC Bayern Munich work and you must handle this pressure. If you fail to do it, you are at the incorrect club”

Speaking to German football weekly kicker, Bayern president Uli Hoeness, nevertheless, appeared to trouble that a job guarantee for Kovac whatever outcome of the summer season.

“It would not likewise be a tragedy if needed to win finish second,” he explained.

Rummenigge has confirmed once his contract endings along with team captain Oliver Kahn will require control, he’ll leave his position as CEO.

“The real estate plan is that Kahn would eventually become my successor,” Rummenigge said. “My contract expires at December 2021.

“I am convinced he’ll be a fantastic successor.”

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