Bayern Munich’s Official Dismissal of Nagelsmann and Appointment of a New Coach

    German football club Bayern Munich announced today, Friday, that it has withdrawn the services of coach Julian Nagelsmann, less than two years after he took on the task of coaching the Bavarian giants.

    And Bayern Munich released an official statement saying: “Bayern Munich have decided to drop coach Julian Nagelsmann.”

    He added: “This decision was made by CEO Oliver Kahn and Hasan Salihamidzic, a member of the board of directors, after consultation with club president Herbert Hainer.”

    The club thanked their former coach via their official Twitter account: Oliver Kahn: “On behalf of myself and Bayern, I would like to thank Julian and his coaching team. I wish you all the best for the future.”

    Hasan Salihamidzic: “I am very grateful to Julian for what he has done for Bayern Munich and wish him all the best.”

    At the same time, Bayern Munich also announced the appointment of German Thomas Tuchel, former Chelsea manager, as Bayern coach.

    The statement said: “Tuchel signs a contract until June 30, 2025 and will train the team for the first time next Monday.”

    Bayern Munich’s administration has decided to sack Julian Nagelsmann (35) during the current international break, days after losing 1-2 to Bayer Leverkusen in the German league and losing top spot in the standings to Borussia Dortmund “.

    Nagelsmann took on the task of coaching the Bavarian giants in the summer of 2021, taking over from coach Hans Flick, who became the manager of the German national team.

    Bayern Munich played 84 matches in various competitions under Nagelsmann, won 60 matches, drew 14 times and lost 10 matches, scoring 255 goals and conceding 84 goals, and crowned him with the Bundesliga and local supertitles.

    Source: agencies

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