Bayern Munich hires former Germany striker Miroslav Klose as assistant coach
MUNICH: Bayern Munich hired former forward forward Miroslav Klose as an assistant coach on Thursday.
Bayern said Klose, 41, who has been in charge of the club's under-17 teams for two seasons, will join to become Hansi Flick July 1 assistant on a one-year contract.
He is the most successful German forward in the last 15 or 20 years. I am convinced that our strikers in particular will benefit from it, the Bayern president said. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said. Miro was also Hansi Flick 's preferred choice.
Klose, who retired after winning the World Cup with Germany in 2014, played for Bayern from 2007-11. He also played for Kaiserslautern and Werder Bremen at Bundesliga . He left Bayern to go to Lazio in 2011.
Klose anotó 71 goles en 137 apariciones para Alemania. Sus 16 goles en la Copa del Mundo lo convierten at máximo anotador del torneo.