Bayern sacks kits man for a racist comment on Choupo Moting and Gnabry Bayern Munich is considered by many to be one of the best-managed clubs in the world. The Bavarians achieved their greatness without large funds from foreign investors, and mainly through many years of sound politics. The authorities also do not spend huge amounts of money on transfers and try not to create wage chimneys.

Racist scandal in Bayern. Kitman fired for insulting footballers

It would also seem that in the case of such a well-organized club, all employees are thoroughly verified. It turns out, however, that Bayern Munich has been working for ten years for a man who should never have been employed.

According to the “Bild” daily, a huge racist scandal broke out in the Bavarian club in recent days. One of the club’s kitmen, i.e. people dealing with equipment and costumes, stayed at the club with his daughter. At one point, they both came across two black Bayern players – Eric Choupo-Moting and Gnabri. It was then that the kitman would say scandalous words to his daughter.

“Don’t bring them home to me,” a Bayern employee said. Witnesses to this event very quickly reported it to the club’s management, which without hesitation dismissed the kitman with immediate effect. The club from Munich strongly opposes racist behavior.

Journalists did not disclose the name of the dismissed employee, and so far four kitmen have worked with the team. The club still has not responded to these reports in any way.