Julian Nagelsmann is still the coach of Bayern Munich. Chief executive Oliver Kahn remains supportive of Nagelsmann following the Bundesliga giants’ surprise 1-0 loss to Augsburg.
“We have full confidence in Julian,” Kahn confirmed to Sky Sports Germany. “He’s worried about the status of the team, everyone is. We’re all in a bad mood.”
“Some players may feel that the Bundesliga doesn’t need to be a priority. That’s unacceptable.”
Say no to Tuchel
After being defeated by Augsburg, Bayern Munich suffered their first defeat of the season after three consecutive draws, and currently only ranks fifth in the league. Despite this, the Bayern executives headed by Kahn have no intention of changing the coach. “We haven’t considered any other coaches now,” Kahn said clearly when asked about the hotly debated candidate for Bayern’s new coach, former Chelsea boss Tuchel.
Use International Match Day to ‘Get to the Bottom’
“The international offseason is here and we have a chance to get to the bottom of it during this time,” Kahn said. He then said they would “carry out their 14 days of analysis, talks and critically deal with issues to be more robust in the second half of the schedule.”
“We need to get back on track. We will give our all against Bayer Leverkusen next Saturday.”