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Bayern Munich at crossroads as club prepares for life without Hoeness and Rummenigge

Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (left) and Uli Hoeness are stepping down from their executive roles at Bayern Munich (Credit: Getty Images)

As Bayern Munich have all but elected a new club president, Bob Williams takes a look at how the club's executive board is set to change in the coming seasons.

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