Jupp Heynckes wants to lead Bayern Munich to the Champions League crown - UCL News

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Jupp Heynckes wants to lead Bayern Munich to the Champions League crown - UCL News
Having previously led Bayern Munich to the two Bundesliga crowns, their manager, Jupp Heynckes, has reiterated his desire to win the coveted UEFA Champions League with the Bavarian outfit.
Heynckes was talking ahead of the upcoming Champions League game against Italian side, SSC Napoli. The two clubs will lock heads on Tuesday, October 18, at Stadio San Paolo in
The Bundesliga giants are currently leading Group A with six points from two games, with victories over the Spanish outfit Villarreal and the Premier League side Manchester City. The Reds are also atop the league table with 22 points from nine games and
are certain favourites against despite being away from home.
The manager believes that his players are full of energy and could go on and win both the Bundesliga and the Europe’s most prestigious competition.
Heynckes boasted of his team’s strength and is confident of getting all the three points against an impressive Italian outfit. He urged his side to maintain focus and composure ahead of Tuesday’s game and also wished goalkeeper yet another clean
The goalie hasn’t conceded a single goal for the past 12 games in all competitions since last letting Borussia Monchengladbach go past him on August 7. The Reds have stayed unbeaten for the past 12 games, and Heynckes would definitely want to keep the streak
going by putting in yet another match winning performance.
While talking during the pre match conference, the former Bayer Leverkusen manager added, "We are a team who want to win the Champions League. We have a long way to go, but we can count on excellent players like Franck Ribery and
Bastian, just now, is playing wonderfully, which is to his merit, but also that of the team.”
He concluded the talks by saying, "Until now, we haven't had too many problems, but that is down to us. We are well prepared and we have a perfect balance between attack and defence.”
The Champions League is still in its early stages and with a long way to go, Bayern have certainly signalled their intentions clear by making a positive start to the 2011/12 season.



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