Ozil announced his withdrawal from international football on Sunday at the age of 29, citing racism and lashing out at the president of the German football federation for the reaction to his and Ilkay Gundogan's posing for a photo with Recep Tayyip Erdogan during the Turkish president's visit to London in May.
Although Ozil has never played for Bayern, the club's president -- a 1974 World Cup winner and among the more influential figures in German football -- said he wasn't sad to see Ozil go.
"I'm glad this nightmare is over," Hoeness told reporters at the Munich airport. "He's been playing crap for years.
"The last tackle he won was before the 2014 World Cup. And now he is hiding himself and his poor performances behind this photo.
"His 35 million [social media] followers, that of course do not actually exist in the real world, ensure that Ozil has played exceptionally when he successfully finds his man with a square ball."
Ozil was a key player for Germany's golden generation, starting every game for the national team at a major tournament since 2010 and helping to win the 2014 World Cup. But he was dropped for Germany's second game in Russia this summer after a defeat to Mexico in the opening game.
Hoeness, speaking before flying to the United States for his club's International Champions Cup matches, questioned how valuable Ozil's contribution has been to Joachim Low's team in recent years.
"The development in our country is a catastrophe," he said. "We should break it down again to what it is -- sport -- and on a sporting level, Ozil hasn't added anything to the national team for years. When was his last good international [game]?"
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