Bayern Munich appoints Miroslav Klose as assistant coach.


German bundisliga giant have announced the appointment of          striker “Miroslav Klose”, as its new assistant coach.
Miroslav Klose is expected be on the Bayern bench when the German Bundesliga restarts in nine days after having been suspended since mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic.
"It feels very good, I'm really looking forward to the task," said the 41-year-old former striker, who scored 16 goals at four World Cups and won the 2014 title with Germany.
"We trust each other both professionally and personally," Klose said of Flick.
"With his experience as a former professional at the highest international level, 'Miro' is the perfect addition to our team of coaches," said Flick.
"He is the most successful German striker in the last 15 to 20 years," said Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, who described Klose as the 'dream candidate'.
"Our strikers in particular will benefit from him as their coach".
Speaking to the German media, the former Bayern striker reveals his excitement  joining his old club is "the next step" in his coaching career after having worked with their Under-17 team for the last two seasons.
Miroslav Klose signed a contract deal until June 2021 which reunites him with Bayern head coach Hansi Flick, Germany's assistant coach at the 2014 World Cup.
Miroslav Klose's goal scoring record on the pitch speaks volume with a total 71 goals in 137 internationals appearance for Germany national team.
Miroslav Klose also scored 53 goals in 150 appearances for his former club Bayern Munich, who he left for Lazio in 2011 before retiring after five years in Italy.

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