Next bad news for Oliver Kahn

After his departure as CEO of FC Bayern at the end of May, Oliver Kahn’s streak of bad luck continues. Now the 54-year-old is apparently receiving some private bad news.

As “Bild” reports, there was extensive water damage in Kahn’s villa in the posh Munich suburb of Grünwald. It is said that the entire basement of the house was flooded.

The living area of ​​Kahn’s son David is said to have been so badly affected that the 20-year-old had to move out temporarily.

The fact that there is currently a container and a toilet in front of the Kahn property is an indication that the clean-up work is still ongoing.

FC Bayern announced Kahn’s release immediately after the championship final of the previous season. This didn’t go over the stage completely silently, but Kahn wasn’t heard from for weeks.

Recently, however, the former goalkeeper titan has increasingly appeared in public again.

Shitstorm for Oliver Kahn because of his trip to Saudi Arabia

He recently spent several days in Saudi Arabia to find out about individual clubs in the Saudi Pro League as well as the football structures and developments on the Arabian Peninsula. For pictures on social networks that showed him with superstars Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar, among others. Kahn received numerous negative comments.

The former FC Bayern club boss also spoke up about current events at the German Football Association (DFB). “The task force, which made perfect sense after the embarrassing World Cup in Qatar, developed over time into more of a task farce,” mocked Kahn via “Sport Bild”.

After Rudi Völler “correctly” took over his position as DFB sports director, “important decisions were largely made without involving all members.” “That’s why I no longer felt my involvement was productive,” he said.

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