For me, as a coach, it is important to put together a team that not only blends but finds the right balance between defence and offence.
I think that the Bayern coach is the second hardest job in Germany after the Chancellor.
The game has progressed, but in the end, they are still people out on the pitch, people with different personalities and feelings.
A pro at Bayern doesn't merely have to play football; he has a range of other appointments on behalf of the club. It all drains your energy.
It's very interesting to observe how highly the Bundesliga is spoken of abroad, from the overall quality to the stadiums, the family-friendly atmosphere, and the football itself.
You should never surrender, never give up.
Tuchel became runner-up, cup winner, and played attractive football. I enjoyed watching his BVB. That's why I appreciate him and consider him a very good coach.
When I was at Madrid, I knew even by the December of that season that I would be sacked, and if they hadn't dismissed me, I would have resigned.
Any opponent can be a stumbling block.
You can never make the mistake of underestimating an opponent, especially in the Champions League.