In spite of his controversial summer, France and Bayern Munich striker Frank Ribery has promised Bayern Fans a phenomenal season. The 27 year old was on Tuesday charged alongside national teammates Nicholas Anelka, Patrice Evra smongst others for their indiscipline towards their coach Raymond Domenech during the World Cup finals in South Africa.
Ribery received a3 match ban however, some of his teammates were not that lucky. Evra was suspended for 19 matches after his public outburst and threats to reveal private team information as to what really happened in South Africa.
“This season I am planning to be fit for 100 per cent and go through every single game. I am going to have a great season.
“For me, for the supporters, for the club and for my family, I have worked hard after my injury and did well in training.”
Ribery had a tumultuous season with the Bavarians last year often missing out for lengthy periods due to injuries, suspensions an not to forget his embarrassing involvement in an underage prostitution scandal.
According to club coach Uli Hoeness, the star owes the club.
“Franck owes us, he knows that himself,He must now be particularly ambitious, I hear that he has been training very hard,”
Hoeness was also quick to add his voice to the Robben fiasco accussing Dutch doctors of neglect. Hoeness apparently stated that Dick van Toorn needed glasses for failing to spot Robben’s injury.
“We have in Muller-Wohlfahrt the best sports doctor in the world with a success rate of 100%,If Mr Van Toorn can not recognise the injury then he should buy himself some glasses.”
Hoeness said this while speaking to German paper Bild. Bayern Munich are still considered the favourites to win the Bundesliga title this season despite their incamp troubles.
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