"Don't have to change everything" - Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann on his analysis findings

FC Bayern and Julian Nagelsmann are under pressure.

"Don't have to change everything" - Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann on his analysis findings

FC Bayern and Julian Nagelsmann are under pressure. At the PK before the duel with Leverkusen, the FCB coach explained the results of his in-depth analysis during the international break. And commented on the criticism of Sadio Mané and Joshua Kimmich.

After the international break, FC Bayern will open the 8th Bundesliga matchday with a home game against Bayer Leverkusen. And is under a lot of pressure against the Werkself. The record champion has been waiting for a win for four games - most recently there was a bitter bankruptcy in Augsburg.

Coach Julian Nagelsmann wanted to question everything during the short break. At the press conference before the game on Friday (8.30 p.m.) he was asked about the first results of his situation analysis.

"It's generally important to keep questioning yourself. I watched all the games again and analyzed a lot. A lot of content came out, of which more or less many were already known," Nagelsmann began and named the gaps between the Players, creating superior numbers, switching after winning the ball, clear processes and clear rules as key points.

Nagelsmann explained that he also contacted many old companions so that they could take a look at the Bayern game in order to broaden his horizons. "I'm sure we'll play a good game tomorrow," he said confidently.

Nagelsmann also had to comment on one or the other player who was recently stuck in the form hole or was publicly criticized. Sadio Mané on the one hand and Joshua Kimmich on the other were of course mentioned.

Nagelsmann assured him that he had one-on-one talks with every player and was confident that Mané would soon be in top form again: "In the end he has to stick to the plan and implement what we want. Of course, the performance is always the responsibility of the coaching team. I I think he will quickly find his top form again, I have little doubt about that."

Regarding the criticism of Kimmich - primarily from ex-Bayern player Markus Babel - the FCB coach said: "In general, I think that everyone is allowed to express their opinion, we have to endure that. Of course, it's also about the way and the content Topic. Josh is an important player for me, Bayern and the national team and I have full confidence in him." In fact, it doesn't really need to be on this topic. Kimmich is and will remain a cornerstone of the Bayern team.

This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as "Don't have to change everything" - Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann about his analysis findings.

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