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Julian Nagelsmann is easily one of my favourite coach who main priority is development of players. His squad isnt so great but he has constantly overachieved with impressive, robust game. Its scary to think what he can achieve at a big club when he gets the chance. Its a poorly kept secret that he will one day manage at Allianz Arena. Nagelsmann ’s first job as head coach of a team was for 1899 Hoffenheim in the German Bundesliga at the age of 28 making him the youngest ever coach in Bundesliga history.

Julian Nagelsmann has impressed since taking charge of Hoffenheim. "The short shelf life [of coaches] in the Bundesliga and the dependence on results means that one's image can change very quickly. The demands [of the job ] have also increased. The coaches need to balance their own expectations with those imposed upon them from outside, and that adds to The job of these new, young, coaches, is to find a way of combining the tried and trusted ways of the past with modern training methods and tactics – while at the same time presenting this combination to the public with as much conviction as possible.

Cologne (SID) - Julian Nagelsmann is happy with his coaching job at the football record champion Bayern Munich until further delusions. He was "near Munich", with a "World Club" in front of the door, he said to the magazine Sports Illustrated: "If that comes together, that you are in my age? Or at all? This club must train this club is That already a dream job. "

Julian Nagelsmann genießt seinen Job © AFP / Sid / Tobias Black Julian Nagelsmann enjoys his job

He believes currently not, "that with all circumstances? The beauty of the city, the region, close to the mountains? An extreme increase there. But I know too Not whether there must always be increases in life. " Foreign countries may appeal to the 34-year-old at a later date: "There are other cultures that you can get to know, but I'm still young."

Bayern trio does in Kiev hurt - Nagelsmann is missing "X-ray view"

 Bayern trio does in Kiev hurt - Nagelsmann is missing FC Bayern left Kiev with three points, but also three struck. At least two of them do not seem to have caught worse. © Getty Images had to be replaced in Kiev with pain: Bavaria central backing Tangu Nianzou. Hernandez '"stupid spot", nianzou can be poor "not properly" Already in ten days, the Bundesliga top game at Borussia Dortmund stands for FC Bayern, and Julian Nagelsmann hopes "Of course, that all players are back" .

Bayern's new manager Julian Nagelsmann - and his bosses - insist there is no panic, but many people in and around the club feel their quest for yet another title will not be as easy as last season when they finished 13 points clear. Less-than-ideal pre-season. Nagelsmann 's training sessions have been What has made the job difficult is the fact Nagelsmann could not practise these new ideas with his best line-up. Players such as Joshua Kimmich, Thomas Muller and Alphonso Davies have recently arrived at the training ground after extended breaks. Bayern's first competitive match of the season, a

Klopp, Nagelsmann and Tuchel all regard him as their mentor Ralf Rangnick is the 'Godfather of the Gegenpress' who plays 'heavy metal football' - and he fell in love with the English game at Sussex University! Manchester United are set to hire Ralf Rangnick as their new interim boss. Manchester United want to get closer to Chelsea and Liverpool - so they are hiring the manager who inspired the world -class coaches of those Premier League clubs. Ralf Rangnick and the Red Devils have reached an agreement for the German to become the club's interim boss until the end of this season after Ole

In addition to technical strength, he requires "with such a world association" like Bayern "certain soft skills" to deal with the prominent decision-makers. There are "enough character heads that occupy important positions in the club, to which you have to have a good wire".

What happens in the square, the Bayern bosses do not decide to the CEO Oliver Kahn. "Of course, you may tell me your opinion, but I do not want to spend in content in the tactical idea or installation," said Nagelsmann, "I would not do that with economic policy issues, the Oliver Kahn, not. It's good that The claims are clearly staked. I do not like it so when 70 chefs try to knock on the porridge. "

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