Former Bayern Munich chief executive Oliver Kahn says the board of directors of the German Football Association (DFB), formed following the Qatar 2022 group stage exit, is outdated and should be dissolved.

Speaking to the weekly Sportbild on Monday, Kahn said the team made sense at first, but since Rudy Fuller became sporting director of the national team, decisions have been made without consulting all members.

Kahn worked on the team, which included Wöhler, DFB President Bernd Neuendorf, DFB official Matthias Sammer, Bayern Munich Supervisory Board member Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and RB Leipzig FC Supervisory Board President Oliver Mintzlaff.

Rummenigge and Mentzlaf resigned from the team a few days ago, with Rummenigge indicating that he was not involved in the decision to appoint Andreas Ritig as managing director of the Football Association.

"The team certainly made sense after the shameful display at the World Cup in Qatar, but over time it evolved into a farce. That's why I don't think my participation has been helpful lately."