“Innovative” Julian Nagelsmann can continue Bayern Munich success story.Hasan Salihamidzic – Bundesliga.com
The Transfer Season opened this week with some big names making moves in and out of the Bundesliga.
Let’s focus on the coaches for today, we’ll do the players next week when it’s towards the end of the Euros and players join their clubs officially.
Julian Nagelsmann headlines the coaching changes, he has officially joined Bayern Munchen from RB Leipzig. Everybody is curious about this one. Nagelsmann is the poster boy of the future of coaching, young and up to date with technology.
He’s joining a well-oiled football business machine at the Allianz Arena, where the man with the biggest ego rules.
The previous head coach Hansi Flick left because of he didn’t get along with the club’s leadership, even after winning everything, the suits showed Hansi Flick who’s boss.
Flick will take over the German national team, while Jesse Marsch will replace Nagelsmann at the Red Bull Arena.
Borussia Dortmund have finally given Marco Rose the keys to his office at Signal Iduna Park. Rose, who is a former team-mate of Bafana Bafana international Delron Buckley, joins Dortmund from Borussia Mönchengladbach.
He’s been replaced by Adi Hutter at Gladbach’s Borussia-Park, who has been recruited from last season’s surprise package, Eintracht Frankfurt.
#DiskiQuiz: Which former South African footballer played for Eintracht Frankfurt?
In a surprise move, Frankfurt have managed to convince Oliver Glasner to join them from VfL Wolfsburg.
Wolfsburg have replaced him with former Dutch international Mark van Bommel.
There’s new teams in the league, we welcome Buckley’s breakthrough team VfL Bochum and SpVgg Greuther Fürth from Bundesliga 2, and we said goodbye to Schalke and Werder Bremen last season who were relegated.
The Bundesliga kicks off on the 13th of August with champions Bayern away against Gladbach.
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