Uli Hoeness joins in with the fans at Bayern's resounding win over Barcelona (Reuters)
In the space of 24 hours Uli Hoeness was involved in a tax avoidance scandal, the transfer coup of the season and a mauling of Barcelona in the Champions League semis.
All in a day’s work for the Bayern Munich president, surely the most colourful football official in Europe.
Hoeness isn’t the first German multi-millionaire to open a Swiss bank account but when he turned himself in on Monday there was genuine surprise and anger, in and outside football.
That’s because Hoeness is much more than the president of Germany’s biggest club: ‘‘Mr. Bayern’’ has become the go-to man for journalistsRead More »from Poaching Germany’s best is just what Hoeness and Bayern do