FC Bayern: fans celebrate the farewell of Niklas Süle

Niklas Süle played against VfB Stuttgart for the last time in front of a home crowd in an FC Bayern shirt. After the match, there was a special scene on the fan block. Future Dortmunder Süle reacted with wit.

FThere was a lot of ridicule for the atmosphere during the presentation of the championship trophy. On social media, some football fans were amused that FC Bayern’s stadium announcer asked spectators after the 2-2 win over VfB Stuttgart on Sunday night to please stay at the Munich stadium for the ceremony after the final whistle.

The fact that it is necessary speaks volumes about the mood and joy of the German record champions over the tenth championship in a row, he said on Twitter. In fact, the celebration with the championship trophy was not particularly emotional – no wonder, since the Munich team have been German champions for weeks.

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But after the official ceremony, there were still special scenes. World champion Thomas Müller first presented the championship trophy to the fans in the south stand. Then some fans called, “Süle on the fence, Süle on the fence.”

And Niklas Süle followed the request. Before the match, club boss Oliver Kahn, chairman Herbert Hainer and sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic officially bid farewell to the 26-year-old defender with a bouquet of flowers and a collage as a gift. After five years at Bayern, he passes at Borussia Dortmund. Free transfer.

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FC Bayern fans say goodbye to Niklas Süle at the closing of the South Stand

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And although Süle chose the contender, fans have been celebrating for the past few weeks and this Sunday. There was no whistle, as is often the case in similar cases in the Bundesliga. A national player leaves Munich for Dortmund and gets so much respect from the public – this has rarely or never happened before.

Fans celebrated it with chants. Then they sang: “Hadi, hadi, hadi, hadi, ho, BVB, son of a bitch”. Many smiled as Süle took it easy. He wasn’t exactly happy with the shouting, but he obviously didn’t take it all as an insult, but rather as an ironic jab.

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The defense professional was then handed a megaphone by a fan and responded to the BVB song with a line: “Mia san Mia!” Süle smiled and came down from the fence, many fans also smiled. And shouted after him: “Süle, Süle!

Müller: “Until 1.7. red and white heart”

A sign of their appreciation for a popular and honest player who they will miss in Munich in the future.

His former colleague Thomas Müller said of Süle: “He shoots from 1.7. a new chapter is opening at Borussia Dortmund, that is of course a special constellation. By then he will have a heart red and white. From 1.7. he will then give everything to make things go well for Dortmund.”

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