Julian Nagelsmann has publicly shown his dissatisfaction after Sport BLID published the Bayern Munich manager’s tactical plan.
The German media showed the real document of the tactical plan Nagelsmann has for his players as well as the specific route to take in achieving their goals of winning titles this season.
However, Nagelsmann had called the image showing his tactics a joke. Nagelsmann, in his press conference, claimed the release makes him feel bad and also bothers him a lot.
The 47-year-old England manager asked various questions, which included: What does the person who releases his tactical plan want to gain?
Also, he can’t see the motivation behind the release except for the fantasy of it.
However, Nagelsmann knows it will be very difficult to find the leaker who leaks the information to a media house. The manager knows that what happened is a betrayal of the football code.
He hopes the person who committed the atrocity can look into the mirror because it is unfair.
Releasing his tactics before a match may be something that causes Bayern Munich trouble.
Bayern Munich faces Bayer Leverkusen on March 19, 2023. There is a need to implement a new formation and make sure his players are creative enough to score goals on their early chances.
Nagelsmann took over Bayern Munich in 2021 and went on to win a lot of games. He won his first title in 2021 after defeating arch-rival Borussia Dortmund in the German Super Cup.
On April 23, 2022, Nagelsmann won his first Bundesliga title with three more games to play.
He had better stats with the club this season as Bayern Munich currently sits in second place in the Bundesliga with 52 points in 24 matches.
The league leader, Borussia Dortmund, had played more games than them.
A win against Bayer Leverkusen will send them to the top of the table. If the team maintains consistency, they are likely to win the league at the end of the season.
Bayern Munich are also on course to win the most prestigious title in Europe, the Champions League.
They will face the reigning Champions of England, Manchester City, who have been one of the most difficult teams to beat.
On the Champions League draw, the Bayern Munich manager reacted with the claim that when they win the competition, he cannot say they were unlucky with the draw.
The group stage was a difficult one for Bayern Munich, where they played Barcelona and Inter Milan.
Bayern Munich eliminated Paris Saint-Germain in the round of 16 to book a tie with the Champions of England.
The German Champions will face Erling Haaland’s side again for the first time since he left Borussia Dortmund, and the club have always had ideas of tracking him down.
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