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Who will be the new Bayern coach? Select from seven candidates

Date: April 12, 2024 Time: 16:25:24

Who will be the new Bayern coach? Select from seven candidates

Kirill Zakatchenko February 26, 2024, 16:45 Moscow time Audio version: Your browser does not support the audio element.

Alonso, Zidane or maybe Mourinho?

Bayern are frankly in a storm. The Munich club runs the risk of ending the season without trophies, which is very difficult to believe. It is already known that Bayern is spending the last few months under the direction of Thomas Tuchel. At the end of the season, the coach will leave his position and it is not yet clear who will replace him. Several names appear in the press. We invite you to fantasize about this topic.

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Hans-Dieter Flick (without club)

Former Bayern coach who could succeed Tuchel. True, not the most successful work in the German national team did not have the best effect on Flick’s reputation. On the other hand, the first visit to Bayern turned out to be a great success – seven trophies, including a victory in the Champions League. Under Flick, the Munich club won everything it could, but now one can only dream of such a situation. It is true that Flick is one of the candidates for the Barcelona coach position, which will be vacant at the end of the season. But the German’s agent Pini Zahavi has an excellent relationship with the president of the Catalan club, Joan Laporta.

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Sebastian Hoenes (Stuttgart)

Let’s say right away that Sebastian is the nephew of former Bayern president Uli Hoeness. We are not implying anything, it is just a fact. He also coached Bayern’s youth team, but didn’t get down to the basics. After that, Sebastian worked at Hoffenheim and in April 2023 he took over at Stuttgart. And so far everything is fine for him. So good that only Bayer and Bayern are above Stuttgart in the Bundesliga standings. Yes, yes, neither Borussia Dortmund nor Leipzig are among the top three. And Stuttgart is a very fun team. On average, 3.5 goals are scored per game with his participation.

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Zinedine Zidane (without club)

The French coach has been unemployed since 2021. Where has he been sent since then! Just look at the news summary of the last few months. Manchester United, PSG, Marseille, Liverpool, Al-Nassr, the Algerian national team, the French national team – all these clubs and national teams were to one degree or another associated with Zidane. “I miss football, but physically. As for coaching, the time will come. I don’t know when, but it will surely arrive,” said the Frenchman in the summer of 2023. Corriere dello Sport claims that Bayern is interested in inviting Zidane. And supposedly he has already contacted the Frenchman’s representatives. Maybe it’s time to train again?

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Xabi Alonso (Bayer Leverkusen)

The Spaniard has formed a fantastic team in Leverkusen. Everything is so great that Bayer has never lost in the Bundesliga. Just in case, we remind you that six months have already passed since the start of the season. Of course, Bayer can ruin the end of the season in its own way and be left without trophies again, but everything is very solid. It is possible that Alonso arrives at Bayern with experience of winning the Bundesliga. It is true that there is another option. Liverpool will be left without a coach at the end of the season and the Spaniard could fill the vacant position. By the way, Xabi played in both. Apparently, Alonso will no longer coach Bayer in the new season.

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José Mourinho (without club)

The Portuguese is currently without a coach. At the beginning of 2024, José was expelled from Roma, so he is now resting. However, according to Bild, Mourinho is already learning German. So that? To train Bayern. 16 years ago, the Munich club leaders were willing to invite him, but only if the coach spoke his language. Now the specialist is listed as unemployed and his agent Jorge Mendes actively promotes the client’s candidacy.

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Unai Emery (Aston Villa)

Do you remember which team is currently fourth in the Premier League? No, not Tottenham, not Manchester United, not Chelsea, not even Newcastle. Aston Villa, coached by Emery, is higher in the table than all these clubs. The Spaniard’s quality work did not go unnoticed and he is now among the candidates for the position of Bayern coach (information from Kicker). It is true that Emery has no experience in the Bundesliga, but the same goes for Zidane.

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Julian Nagelsmann (Germany team)

Perhaps the most unexpected option, considering that Nagelsmann had already coached Bayern before Tuchel. And not everything was good in terms of the atmosphere in the team. But Christian Falk, a Bild journalist, affirms that Nagelsmann is attracted by the option of returning to Bayern. According to the source, in this case, “Julián would have returned through the front door after being expelled by the previous management.” But Nagelsmann is unlikely to be thinking about Bayern now. In a few months he will have a European Championship at home and the German team still seems quite problematic. Failure in a major tournament can undermine a coach’s reputation.

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