Mesut Ozil’s “difficult decision” to retire from the German national team after he received ‘racist’ criticisms from football administrators, on Sunday.

The 29-year-old Arsenal star was heavily criticised not for his retirement but for his ‘alliance’ with Turkish president, Recep Erdogan.

Bayern boss, Uli Hoeness, in his response to Ozil’s announcement, accused the player for being shitty in his displays for the World Cup.

Hoeness, is happy that Germans will no longer see in the national team colours, saying he has been “s*** for years”

“I am glad that this scare is now over. He had been playing sh*t for years,” he told Bild.

“He last won a tackle before the 2014 World Cup. And now he and his sh*tty performance hide beyond this picture.

Mesut Ozil retires from national team football following sharp criticisms from DFB and Bayern bosses.

“Whenever [Bayern] played against Arsenal, we played over him because we knew that was their weak point.

“His 35 million follower boys – that don’t exist in real world – are convinced he has played sublimely when he completes a cross pass.

“The development in our country is a catastrophe. You have to go back to what it is: sport. And from a sporting point of view, Ozil has no place in the national team for years.”

Grindel was part of critics who condemned Ozil over incidents leading to his retirement from the national team.

DFB president, Reinhard Grindel, said on German media, Bild (as translated): “I’m glad that the spook is over. He’s been playing dirt for years. He won the last duel before the 2014 World Cup. And now he hides himself and his crap performance behind this photo.”

In a response to Grindel, Ozil wrote: “I will no longer stand for being a scapegoat for his incompetence and inability to do his job properly.”

He accuses Grindel of not being able to properly administrate the football association.

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