“I would not have returned to any other club in the world, but Bayern Munich is close to my heart,” Heynckes said.
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After four years in retirement, Jupp Heynckes returned to Bayern Munich for a fourth stint as head coach Friday in the hope of bringing the 2013 glory days back to the Bavarian giants.Heynckes first led Bayern from 1987 to 1991, then briefly in 2009 as caretaker, and from 2011 until 2013 .Heynckes walked away in June 2013 after Bayern lifted the Bundesliga, Champions League and German Cup trophies in a glorious fortnight.He played for two clubs, Borussia Moenchengladbach, where he made 394 appearances and scored 243 goals, before a three-year spell at Hanover 96 .As a coach, he had stints at Gladbach, Bayern, Athletic Bilbao, Eintracht Frankfurt, Tenerife and Real, but was forced out of the Santiago Bernabeu after just one season despite winning the Champions League.
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