The Sunday Review

Bayern Munich announced Friday, it fired club manager Julian Nagelsmann Thomas Tuchel will take up the position, and he is expected to be sworn in immediately.

This is the moment the team has been restructured. Bundesliga leagueWhile reports indicate that Nagelsmann It was also evident that players were losing their support.

Nagelsmann After leading the club’s 31st Bundesliga title, he was now in the second season as the head of the German Juggernaut. Bayern MunichFollowing a disappointment loss, Bundesliga Table’s second-placed team, The Winners of Ten League Titles, fell to Second. Bayern Leverkusen at the weekend Munich’s rival Borussia Dortmund currently sits atop the league standings.

“The domestic league, the Bundesliga, this is what it’s all about. You have to win. It’s not a ‘nice to have’ title, the German title, it’s a ‘must have’ title,” Thomas Gaber, editor of EuroSport’s German website told The Sunday Review Friday.

The move comes while the world’s top leagues are on an international break. Bayern Munich’s next match is a pivotal clash with Dortmund on April 1. A UEFA Champions League match with Manchester City is also in the club’s future.

Nagelsmann’s firing was also precipitated by reports that there is unrest in the Munich Dressing room

“There are problems with the squad in the locker room,” The Sunday Review was informed by Gaber. “Altogether, it’s obviously the end of Julian Nagelsmann.”

Bayern Munich was quick to name Thomas Tuchel the team’s new manager The season will be completed. Tuchel assumed the role of mid-season manager at Chelsea in English Premier League and guided the team to a Champions League title.

Tuchel was let go by Chelsea in September following the club’s ownership change and a disappointing start to the season.

Munich says that Tuchel’s contract will run through the 2024-25 season and the German manager Starts Monday.


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