Bayern Munich 4 consecutive games without a win, what is the fate of Julian Nagelsmann?

Bayern Munich have failed to win in four consecutive games in the Bundesliga. This condition makes the future of manager Julian Nagelsmann in doubt. Maybe he will be kicked out of Bayern.

Bayern Munich lost 1-0 to Augsburg in week 7 of the 2022/2023 Bundesliga at WWK Arena, Saturday (17/9/2022) night WIB. This result gave a bad record for Die Roten at the beginning of the season.

Bayern failed to win four games in a row. Previously, they won three consecutive draws. Then, Manuel Neuer and colleagues recorded for the first time failed to score a goal after 87 Bundesliga matches.

Bayern did achieve good results in the Champions League, winning against Inter Milan and Barcelona. However, the results in the Bundesliga remain a record. Then, how about Nagelsmann? Let's see below

Bayern Can't Be Like This!

Director of Bayern Munich, Hasan Salihamidzic, was disappointed with the results obtained by Bayern in the Bundesliga. They have very high standards and four games in a row without a win is not a good thing.

"I'm a bit worried. We can't win like that in the Bundesliga. We have problems against teams with physical play. There's no excuse anymore. We need to win," said Brazzo.

Like Brazzo, Nagelsmann is also unhappy with Bayern's results and performance in the Bundesliga. In fact, the former RB Leipzig coach will conduct a thorough evaluation of the conditions that occur.

"The negative trend that is happening at the moment is not good. I will think, then we will see how it happens. I think about everything, about myself, about the situation, about everything," said Nagelsmann.

Polemics in the Changing Room

Before losing to Augsburg, oblique issues about Nagelsmann's future had spread. The cause is a dressing room that is not harmonious. Nagelsmann is often judged to make reckless decisions.

Nagelsmann is reportedly stubborn when it comes to tactics. Then, Nagelsmann also made several substitutions that caused friction. One of them was when Leroy Sane was angry. Sane throws a bottle when substituted in the duel against Barcelona.

"I wasn't angry when the coach replaced me. I did look annoyed with the bottle, but that doesn't mean I was angry. I did it because I didn't feel good enough in the game," Sane argued.

Source: Bild, Fabrizio Romano

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