"I would suggest Oliver Bierhoff show a bit more humility. With players who've been trained at clubs like Cologne, Bayern Munich, Stuttgart, Bremen and Bayer Leverkusen, you can put a philosophy into practice. But a philosophy for a player like Oliver Bierhoff has yet to be invented. You can't demand Brazilian style if you yourself have feet from Malta. In the next few days, Oliver Bierhoff should consult Dr. Müller-Wohlfahrt [Germany's national team physician]. He probably has some painful internal injuries resulting from permanently patting himself on the back."
Rudi Völler, continuing his personal feud with Bierhoff concerning the way Germany develops players. National team boss Joachim Löw weighs in on the development debate here.
Völler, Bierhoff Trade Insults Over German Soccer Future [Deutsche Welle]
Bundesliga's European Woes Not Purely Due to Cash: Löw [Deutsche Welle]