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Schweinsteiger: It feels good

Bastian Schweinsteiger has been back out on the practice ground for a week now as he continues his recovery from persistent knee tendon problems. The World Cup winner talked about his progress on Friday with “There are a lot more movements I can do now and it feels good,” Schweinsteiger said, “it’s getting better and better.” The intensity of the player’s workouts will now be gradually increased as he works towards a comeback. “I’m looking to the future in a positive way,” he stated.

Erlebniswelt launch for Landauer biography

Thursday’s event at the FC Bayern Erlebniswelt was billed as an ‘Evening of remembrance’ for the invited audience. Author Dirk Kämper visited the world’s biggest club museum to unveil Kurt Landauer – Der Mann, der den FC Bayern erfand (Kurt Landauer: The Man Who Made FC Bayern). Reading from his biography, Kämper revealed insights into the life of the man who decisively shaped Bayern’s destiny for a number of decades. At the event, the Schickeria fan group donated the awards they have won for their leading role in promoting the memory and values of Landauer to FC Bayern. The guest of honour was Uri Siegel, the legendary club president’s last surviving relative.