Bayern Munich manager Louis van Gaal has spoken of his disappointment over the recent comments made by club president Uli Hoeness.
The Allianz Arena supremo criticised the Dutchman over the weekend for failing to use Anatoliy Tymoshchuk and Martin Demichelis in the first-team this term.
Both players scored in Friday's 4-2 success over Freiburg after they were handed a run out and, despite their fine performances, van Gaal has since admitted he was less than impressed with Hoeness' views.
"I do not want to contradict a man like Uli Hoeness as I have been at the club only a year and three months," he said.
"But I feel a man with such importance for Bayern must be aware of the consequences of his statements.
"I am disappointed, very disappointed that my president says things like that about me. I always felt communication was one of my strong points."