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Bayern Munich News: Oliver Kahn backs Julian Naglesmann

Bayern Munich News: Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn has given Julian Naglesmann his full backing.

Bayern Munich have got a great start to their Champions League campaign. The Bavarians won their first two matches against Inter Milan and Barcelona with an identical scoreline of 2-0.

However, things in their domestic competition have been different. Despite, winning their first three matches, they are now winless in their last four Bundesliga matches.

The Bavarians are currently in fourth place in the table with twelve points from seven matches.

Bayern Munich News: Oliver Kahn gives full backing to Naglesmann

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Amidst their poor run of form in the Bundesliga, Bayern manager Julian Naglesmann has come under huge media pressure and has been criticised a lot.

Former RB Leipzig manager, Naglesmann joined Bayern Munich at the start of last season and replaced their sextuple-winning coach Hansi Flick.

In his first season with the club, the German giants defended their Bundesliga title brilliantly. However, they suffered a shocking loss in the Champions League quarter-finals against Spanish club Villareal.

Then at the start of the season, Bayern’s talismanic striker Robert Lewandowski left the club. Naglesmann then decided to not sign a proper no.9 to replace the forward. He decided to opt for a fluid formation with no fixed no.9s.

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In the first few matches, Naglesmann’s team blew their opponent apart. However, then suddenly they failed to create chances and the limited chances were also not taken uip. This resulted in successive point losses in the Bundesliga.

Even in their win against Barcelona, they were not convincing in the first half. The Catalan giants missed chances after chances which kept them in the game and later a huge second half saw them getting a 2-0 win,

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Amidst all this, they suffered a loss against Augsburg and were again not convincing enough. So questions started to raise about Naglesmann’s future in the club.

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Finally, Bayern CEO Oliver Kahn himself has intervened in the matter. In an interview with Sport1, Kahn said, “We’re totally convinced of Julian. Of course, he’s concerned, everyone is. But we are convinced of Julian.”

On top of this, Bayern’s CEO blamed the players for their attitude and added, “Some players probably believe the Bundesliga can be secondary. That’s unacceptable”.

Despite Kahn’s words, there’s undoubtedly a huge pressure on Naglesmann right now. Fortunately for him, there’s a long International window coming up. This will give him some relief as he can now think about rediscovering his team’s form and his game plan.

Bayern will face Bayer 04 Leverkusen in their next outing.

Bayern Munich News: Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn has given Julian Naglesmann his full backing.

Bayern Munich have got a great start to their Champions League campaign. The Bavarians won their first two matches against Inter Milan and Barcelona with an identical scoreline of 2-0.

However, things in their domestic competition have been different. Despite, winning their first three matches, they are now winless in their last four Bundesliga matches.

The Bavarians are currently in fourth place in the table with twelve points from seven matches.

Bayern Munich News: Oliver Kahn gives full backing to Naglesmann

n MunichBayern Munich News: Oliver Kahn backs Julian Naglesmann

Amidst their poor run of form in the Bundesliga, Bayern manager Julian Naglesmann has come under huge media pressure and has been criticised a lot.

Former RB Leipzig manager, Naglesmann joined Bayern Munich at the start of last season and replaced their sextuple-winning coach Hansi Flick.

In his first season with the club, the German giants defended their Bundesliga title brilliantly. However, they suffered a shocking loss in the Champions League quarter-finals against Spanish club Villareal.

Then at the start of the season, Bayern’s talismanic striker Robert Lewandowski left the club. Naglesmann then decided to not sign a proper no.9 to replace the forward. He decided to opt for a fluid formation with no fixed no.9s.

In the first few matches, Naglesmann’s team blew their opponent apart. However, then suddenly they failed to create chances and the limited chances were also not taken uip. This resulted in successive point losses in the Bundesliga.

Even in their win against Barcelona, they were not convincing in the first half. The Catalan giants missed chances after chances which kept them in the game and later a huge second half saw them getting a 2-0 win,

Amidst all this, they suffered a loss against Augsburg and were again not convincing enough. So questions started to raise about Naglesmann’s future in the club.

Finally, Bayern CEO Oliver Kahn himself has intervened in the matter. In an interview with Sport1, Kahn said, “We’re totally convinced of Julian. Of course, he’s concerned, everyone is. But we are convinced of Julian.”

On top of this, Bayern’s CEO blamed the players for their attitude and added, “Some players probably believe the Bundesliga can be secondary. That’s unacceptable”.

Despite Kahn’s words, there’s undoubtedly a huge pressure on Naglesmann right now. Fortunately for him, there’s a long International window coming up. This will give him some relief as he can now think about rediscovering his team’s form and his game plan.

Bayern will face Bayer 04 Leverkusen in their next outing.

Bayern Munich News: Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn has given Julian Naglesmann his full backing.

Bayern Munich have got a great start to their Champions League campaign. The Bavarians won their first two matches against Inter Milan and Barcelona with an identical scoreline of 2-0.

However, things in their domestic competition have been different. Despite, winning their first three matches, they are now winless in their last four Bundesliga matches.

The Bavarians are currently in fourth place in the table with twelve points from seven matches.

Bayern Munich News: Oliver Kahn gives full backing to Naglesmann

n MunichBayern Munich News: Oliver Kahn backs Julian Naglesmann

Amidst their poor run of form in the Bundesliga, Bayern manager Julian Naglesmann has come under huge media pressure and has been criticised a lot.

Former RB Leipzig manager, Naglesmann joined Bayern Munich at the start of last season and replaced their sextuple-winning coach Hansi Flick.

In his first season with the club, the German giants defended their Bundesliga title brilliantly. However, they suffered a shocking loss in the Champions League quarter-finals against Spanish club Villareal.

Then at the start of the season, Bayern’s talismanic striker Robert Lewandowski left the club. Naglesmann then decided to not sign a proper no.9 to replace the forward. He decided to opt for a fluid formation with no fixed no.9s.

In the first few matches, Naglesmann’s team blew their opponent apart. However, then suddenly they failed to create chances and the limited chances were also not taken uip. This resulted in successive point losses in the Bundesliga.

Even in their win against Barcelona, they were not convincing in the first half. The Catalan giants missed chances after chances which kept them in the game and later a huge second half saw them getting a 2-0 win,

Amidst all this, they suffered a loss against Augsburg and were again not convincing enough. So questions started to raise about Naglesmann’s future in the club.

Finally, Bayern CEO Oliver Kahn himself has intervened in the matter. In an interview with Sport1, Kahn said, “We’re totally convinced of Julian. Of course, he’s concerned, everyone is. But we are convinced of Julian.”

On top of this, Bayern’s CEO blamed the players for their attitude and added, “Some players probably believe the Bundesliga can be secondary. That’s unacceptable”.

Despite Kahn’s words, there’s undoubtedly a huge pressure on Naglesmann right now. Fortunately for him, there’s a long International window coming up. This will give him some relief as he can now think about rediscovering his team’s form and his game plan.

Bayern will face Bayer 04 Leverkusen in their next outing.

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