Bundesteam has found a new coach!

Bundesteam has found a new coach!

With a high degree of probability, the current head coach of the Germany national team Hans-Dieter Flick will leave his post due to unsatisfactory results! The main candidate to replace him is Julian Nagelsmann, who has been out of work since March.

Flick has headed the Bundesteam in the summer of 2021, replacing Joachim Löw, who worked for 15 years, who was not forgiven for the failures at the 2018 World Cup and Euro 2020. The ex-coach of Bayern outwardly easily led the Germans to the World Cup in Qatar, but even there the team could not leave the group with Spain, Japan and Costa Rica, having hardly beaten only the latter. But home Euro 2024 looms ahead, and football Germany is frankly not ready for it.

In 2023, the Bundesteam played five friendly matches. As a result, a 2:0 victory over Peru and four misfires at once - with Belgium (2:3), Ukraine (3:3), Poland (0:1) and Colombia (0:2). Yes, those can be attributed to the unofficial status of the games, but even before that, Germany failed three Nations Leagues in a row, because of which the chair under its head coach was already shaky.

Hansi Flick will be given very little time to rectify the situation. In September, Germany will hold control meetings with Japan and France, where they should celebrate at least one victory. Otherwise, the 58-year-old specialist will be dismissed, and his potential successor will gladly agree to pick up the fallen banner and bring the national team to a new level of development.

We are talking about Julian Nagelsmann, who, like Flick, was fired from Bayern. Despite his young age, the manager is famous for his progressive approach to football - he showed it back in Hoffenheim and RB Leipzig. Also, Nagelsmann has an unshakable authority and easily wins the trust of the players. It is even surprising that such a high-quality specialist has been out of work for a very long time.

If Nagelsmann nonetheless leads Germany, this will be an alliance not for years, but even for decades. Taking control of one of the most decorated teams in the world at 36 years old is a great achievement for Julian, which only a select few can dream of. And Flick will best prove himself in the role of assistant, which he worked in the era of Joachim Löw.