Bayern Munich's medical staff resigned

 
Bayern Munich's medical staff resigned
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Bayern Munich surprisingly lost 1-3 to Porto in the Champions league quarterfinals on Wednesday. Several of the team's most important players, including Arjen Robben and Franck Ribéry was out because of injuries.

On Thursday the club's powerful chief Karl-Heinz Rummenigge claimed that the many absences is why big club now can drop out of the tournament.

In the wake of Wednesday's match the club's medical staff came into question, if they had done a good enough job, but that would not the medical staff accept.

So on Thursday the entire staff have resigned with immediate effect, according to Bild.

- After the Champions League match between Bayern Munich and Porto, we in the medical department inexplicably were made responsible for the defeat, says the club's longtime doctor Hans-Wilhelm Müller-Wohlfahrt according to the newspaper.

The 72-year-old is an icon in Bayern Munich, and has worked faithfully at the club for 38 years.

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