In his newsletter, the ex-world champion explained: “With a memory of only 10 seconds, automatic looking ahead is the order of the day. That also applies to us now.” In the current phase, “we have to shake off past games and experiences and concentrate on what is important now,” emphasized the 33-year-old.
Accordingly, the team is shortly before the end “in the 80th minute of the Bundesliga season. It’s too late to correct something fundamental or make amends for that now,” Müller wrote: “Now it’s time to bite and consider every action as crucial. We need this sharpness now.”
“Now is not the right time for a large-scale investigation into the causes”
In retrospect, April was “an absolute disappointment” for coach Thomas Tuchel’s team from Munich with the end of the Champions League and the DFB Cup. “But, now is not the right time for a large-scale investigation into the causes. The course of the season, as described and not entirely consistent competition over the course of the season, gave us the opportunity to be just a step ahead in the championship fight,” wrote Müller.
With four games left in the Bundesliga, Bayern are one point ahead of pursuer Borussia Dortmund at the top of the table.