Bayern Munich fan calls out player still at the club in front of executives, their reaction says it all
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A Bayern Munich fan has gone viral for his assessment of full-back Bouna Sarr in front of executives at the club's Annual General Meeting.
Sarr joined Bayern from Marseille in 2020 after impressing officials while playing against the Bundesliga giants in a friendly.
The 31-year-old has rarely been a starter, with just six to his name in three years. Benjamin Pavard, Joshua Kimmich and Noussair Mazraoui were all preferred over him during his time at the Allianz Arena.
Sarr will likely depart when his contract expires in 2024. Despite always giving it his all, some supporters aren't fond of Sarr.
During Bayern's AGM earlier this week, a supporter took to the stage to address the Rudi-Sedlmayer-Halle audience.
Among those in attendance were president Herbert Hainer, CEO Jan-Christian Dreesen and CFO Dr Michael Diederich.
If you think this made the supporter mince his words, think again. He unloaded on Sarr with the most brutal putdown possible.
He said: "I didn't know the name Bouna Sarr [when we signed him]. So I searched on YouTube for a video of him playing well. I'm still searching today."
Those in the room laughed as the fan revelled in the applause.
Sarr started in Bayern's 4-2 win over Heidenheim on Saturday afternoon and discussed his first-team opportunities post-match.
He said: "I don’t know. I’m just keeping myself ready for the next chance to play and help the team. I hope I’ll get further minutes."
Bayern are currently second in the table, two points behind Bayer Leverkusen.
Leverkusen are flying under Xabi Alonso and are unbeaten this term.
Tuchel said following the weekend's victory: "We knew that after such a tough week with a late mid week game and early kick-off today, we’d feel the difference. The mental and body fitness wasn’t as strong.
"We knew Heidenheim were one of the teams that run the most, are disciplined and strong on set pieces - that’s why I’m just happy with the win today."