The doctor of the team, Hans-Wilhelm Müller-Wohlfahrt, resigned because he felt accused of the defeat of the team in Porto
Dr. Hans-Wilhelm Müller-Wohlfahrt and all his medical team have resigned with immediate effect to their obligations in Bayern Munich. The decisions was announced on Thursday with a press release which claimed that "After FC Bayern München's Champions League match against FC Porto, the medical division was made primarily responsible for the loss for inexplicable reasons," which "makes the relationship and confidence necessary for good medical task permanently damaged."
The number of lows Bayern have is very high, and Guardiola argued before the defeat that "they are missing some fingers and we are missing two hands." The relationship between the coach (responsible of the farewell according to the statement without mentioning his name) with medical staff deteriorated significantly with the double injury of Thiago Alcántara.
Last week, when Bayern Munich was playing against Bayer Leverkusen in the Champions League round of 16, there was a new injured, the center-back Mehdi Benatia. Guardiola reacted this way: