SHOWS: MUNICH, GERMANY (JANUARY 7, 2020) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1.
VARIOUS OF NEW BAYERN MUNICH BOARD MEMBER AND FORMER GOALKEEPER OLIVER KAHN ARRIVING FOR NEWS CONFERENCE 2.
(SOUNDBITE) (German) BAYERN MUNICH BOARD MEMBER, OLIVER KAHN, SAYING (on NEW JOB): "Pressure.
(laughs) Uli Hoeness put it beautifully when he said at the annual meeting that he hoped I would be able to fulfil all the expectations.
But such is life at Bayern Munich and I was here for 14 years.
I know how it works.
I know how high expectations are so I am not too concerned.
A great Bayern Munich coach once said 'those who sign a contract with Bayern must know what they did'.
I think this pretty much sums it up." 3.
WHITE FLASH 4.
(SOUNDBITE) (German) BAYERN MUNICH BOARD MEMBER, OLIVER KAHN, SAYING (on PAST AND FUTURE TITLES): "We won't allow ourselves to hand over the championship title this year.
The series we are currently going through is incredible, to be German champions seven times in a row.
The players haven't really grasped it yet but this is in fact something for eternity.
So is eight times.
I am sure that everyone is highly motivated to become German champion again this season.
At Bayern Munich we don't just want to become German champions.
The performance the team showed in the Champions League group was outstanding." MUNICH, GERMANY (FILE - SEPTEMBER 1, 2008) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) (CONVERTED 4:3) 5.
VARIOUS OF KAHN IN GOAL MUNICH, GERMANY (FILE - MAY 18, 2008) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) (CONVERTED 4:3) 6.
KAHN WITH TROPHY IN BACK OF CAR STORY: Former Bayern Munich captain and goalkeeper Oliver Kahn was oficially presented as a new Bayern board member on Tuesday (January 7).
Kahn, nicknamed "The Titan" who won eight league titles between 1994 and 2008 with the Bavarians, signed a five-year contract after the board voted unanimously in favour of the move.
Kahn, aged 50, also made 86 appearances for Germany, including being part of their Euro96 championship-winning team.
(Production: Marko Cubrilo, Michele Sani)