FC Bayern – News and rumors: Hoeneß welcomes Nagelsmann’s commitment

Honorary President Uli Hoeneß is satisfied with the signing of Julian Nagelsmann as the successor to coach Hansi Flick at FC Bayern. The ex-president was apparently interested in the current Leipzig coach for a long time. Meanwhile, Christoph Daum also praises the new Bayern coach. The news and rumors about FCB can be found here.

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The honorary president of FC Bayern, Uli Hoeneß (69), is satisfied with the commitment of Julian Nagelsmann as the new coach of the Munich team. “Nagelsmann is a very good choice,” said Hoeneß sky.

For Hoeneß it is to a certain extent the realization of a long-lasting plan, because like the former technical director of FC Bayern, Michael Reschke im Sport1 podcast “Meine Bayern-Woche” reported, Hoeneß Nagelsmann had been keeping an eye on for a long time.

“He was supposed to be the U19 coach at Bayern Munich. The conversations were great, Uli was completely enthusiastic and definitely wanted to implement it. But he had to overcome a hurdle and said: ‘We have such a close relationship with Dietmar Hopp and SAP, we can only implement this if we get the green light, ‘”Reschke recalled.

FC Bayern – News: Uli Hoeneß welcomes Nagelsmann commitment

Hoeneß then continued to follow Nagelsmann’s path intensively.

Former Bundesliga coach Christoph Daum (67) sees Julian Nagelsmann as the right coach for FC Bayern. “Julian has all the facilities for the next step. He is an absolute football expert and also has the management skills to deal with such a star ensemble,” said Daum in an interview with Sky Sports News.

From his point of view, Nagelsmann also knows how to integrate young players in the professional field. He is one of “the best German coaches”.

Words that Daum, in view of his well-documented antipathy for Bavaria and especially ex-President Uli Hoeneß, should not have come too easily.

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