After Bayern's convincing 2:0 victory over Greuther Furth, Bayern coach Jupp Heynckes expressed his displeasure over the timing of Bayern's new head coach announcement Pep Guardiola. Earlier this month it was announced that Guardiola will be taking over the job in the summer.
"It would have been better to do this in the winter break. Before Christmas, before the holidays," Heynckes told Sky.
"This is due to the media hype that might interfere with the normal working day."
He added: "I am the boss. Anyone who knows me knows I am the boss here. I have been the boss everywhere - no matter where I have worked."
Former Bayern president Franz Beckenbauer has defended his club's decision saying that a manager of the caliber of Pep Guardiola effected the announcement plans.
"If somebody is as high caliber as Pep Guardiola, you should not be surprised if it is the big issue. Now, it has to be Jupp. But he doesn't seem happy," Beckenbauer told Bild.
Bayern Munich are currently top of the Bundesliga, nine points clear of Bayer Leverkusen. Their most recent victory came on Saturday as they beat last places Greuther Furth, with Croatian striker Mario Mandzukic scoring twice.