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Bayern set up online condolence book for Gerd Mueller


Bayern Munich’s German forward Thomas Mueller holds a jersey with Nr.9 during a minute of silence for late football player Gerd Mueller ahead the German Supercup football match BVB Borussia Dortmund vs FC Bayern Munich in Dortmund, on August 17, 2021. (Photo by Ina Fassbender / AFP) /

Bayern Munich has set up an online book of condolence for fans following the death of Bundesliga record scorer Gerd Mueller.


The club said in a statement on Wednesday that the page at would allow supporters to say goodbye “in a personal way”.

The 1974 world champion died on Sunday at the age of 75 after suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.


Entries can be made until September 15. In addition, a physical book of condolence is available for visitors to the Bayern Museum at the Allianz Arena, where there is a special exhibition “Gerd Mueller: Goals for Eternity”.

According to the club, all entries to the digital and physical condolence books will be compiled together in a complete edition at a later date.


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