German reports: The Bayern Munich administration is considering a replacement for Nagelsmann
German press reports revealed today, Monday, that the management of Bayern Munich has begun to consider dismissing coach Julian Nagelsmann, the coach of the Bavarian giant, during the coming period.
Bayern fell to fifth place in the Bundesliga, after losing 1-0 to Augsburg, the first time after 87 matches that the Bavarian giant failed to score in a league match, and it was the first time in 20 years that Bayern played four consecutive league matches without a victory.
And the German newspaper, Bild, confirmed that the Bayern Munich administration is considering dismissing coach Julian Nagelsmann if the negative results continue, explaining that the club’s sporting director, Hasan Salihamidzic, is a big fan of German Thomas Tuchel, and he is the first candidate to lead the team.
At the same time, Oliver Kahn, CEO of Bayern Munich, was keen to support Bavarian coach Julian Nagelsmann despite the team’s disappointing results in the German First Division, and that he still trusted the coach despite his dissatisfaction with the performance.
“We are not thinking of any other coach now, we are completely convinced of Julian’s capabilities,” Kahn told Sky Sports.
“Of course, we are not satisfied with the performance. We have to get out of this situation and assume that by the Leverkusen match, on September 30, we will do our duty to the fullest and will attack with full force,” the Bayern CEO added.
Oliver explained, “It may be that the belief has been established that Bayern dominates the German League and there is no need to worry, but things have changed.”
Bayern Munich failed to win the German League for the fourth consecutive match, after drawing in 3 games against Borussia Moenchengladbach 1-1, Union Berlin with the same result, and against Stuttgart 2-2 and finally lost against Augsburg, which has not happened since the 2000 season – 2001.
The Bavarian team also failed to beat its rivals in a Bundesliga match for the first time since February 2020, as the German champions fell to fifth place after seven rounds with 12 points, 5 points behind the leaders Union Berlin.