The team’s fans from the Bavarian capital will certainly not succeed this season. at German Cup Bayern was eliminated in the second round after a devastating 0:5 defeat with Borussia MonchengladbachAnd on Tuesday students Julian Nagelsmann I unexpectedly came out of Champions Leaguelose in total with Villarreal.
Difficult personalities from Bayern Munich players
The day after school suddenly stopped Champions League German The media Describe the atmosphere in the Munich team at length. “Sport 1” journalist Keri Howe has outlined a broader context of what the mood looks like not only in the context of defeating Villarreal, but also facing the whole season.
The journalist pointed out that there were many Bavarians in the coat room football players With great ego. If the team is doing well, it won’t have any negative effects, but it starts to feel “uncomfortable” with poor performance. This opinion has also been confirmed by former Bayern Munich coaches in recent years, such as Jupp Heynckes and Niko Kovac or Hansi Flick.
Nagelsmann is not easy in the locker room
Hao stated that even in the presence of calm and balanced coach NagelsmannTwo characters who can turn the atmosphere upside down. At the time of his move to Munich, the 34-year-old had to fulfill his mission and change some tactical and human issues.
Reporters did not use specific names, but pointed out that two senior players Bayern Munich He always complained about Nagelsmann’s favorite tactics. Moreover, they do not like some complex exercises.
Even before starting work in Munich, Nagelsmann was surely aware that he would face huge challenges in the Bayern dressing room, not just in sport. The difficult dressing room, which Jupp Heynckes once spoke about (he said there are “a lot of divas” in the team from Munich) is a very difficult factor for the 34-year-old.
While it is difficult to judge whether the problem of working with such difficult players is the main reason for Bayern’s unsatisfactory performance this season, it is certainly one of them. On the other hand, Nagelsmann may need more time to “reach” his players.
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