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Revolving door to the manager's office hasn't kept Bayern Munich from lifting trophies

There are two things Arjen Robben has seen a lot of in his time at Bayern Munich: trophies and managers.

In nine seasons in Germany, Robben has won seven Bundesliga titles, nine domestic cups and a Champions League title. And he's done that playing for six coaches.

So the expectations didn't change much Friday when Bayern began a new season under yet another new coach in the youthful Niko Kovac.

"We have won the league six times in a row. That's something very amazing to achieve," said Robben,

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