Bayern Munich boss Niko Kovac insists his team can improve but has warned the fans they are not “machines”. Kovac was linked with the sack earlier this season as Bayern went four games without a win. The Bundesliga champions have since won four in a row to put the pressure on rivals Borussia Dortmund.
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Kovac is expecting another strong display on Saturday against Freiburg but insists his players are not invincible. “We can certainly play better football. The decisive factor is that we need goals,” he told a news conference.
“Once that does not happen, it will be hard. Attacking is much more difficult than defending. You have to bring patience with you.
“World champions and Champions League winners are not machines. These players can also be unsure. The head starts to wonder if he is a footballer or a journalist. These are all people of flesh and blood. “I am absolutely a positive person. I’m a realist, I’m not the one who dreams. I’m looking forward to work every day.”