Despite his stunning achievements with Bayern this season, Heynckes remains humble.
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Jupp Heynckes plans to down his ex-club Real Madrid in Wednesday's Champions League semifinal, first leg, and take the next step to leaving Bayern Munich with another treble.Bayern are the only club left in the Champions League who can still win a treble.If Bayern lift the Champions League trophy in Kiev on May 26, Heynckes, who turns 73 on May 9, will make history as the oldest coach to win the European Cup.Only Louis van Gaal, with Barcelona and Bayern, and Carlo Ancelotti, at Real Madrid, had managed double figures.When Heynckes returned on a deal until the end of the season, Bayern were five points adrift of the then-leaders Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga.The effect was immediate as Bayern won 23 of their next 24 games.
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