Official: Julian Nagelsmann (ex-Bayern Munich) is the new national coach of Germany

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Germany has selected its successor for the dismissed national coach Hansi Flick. Julian Nagelsmann (36) has to The team next year to the European title in their own country.

The 36-year-old Nagelsmann will succeed Hansi Flick. He was thanked on September 10 for services rendered after a series of disappointing results. He was kicked the day after a 1-4 defeat against Japan, which was the third loss in a row. Nagelsmann was fired by Bayern Munich at the end of March during an international break.

Ten days ago, Rudi Völler, sporting director at the DFB, was on the trainer’s bench in the friendly match against France, which Mannschaft won 2-1. But the former top striker was no more than an interim step and indicated that it was a “one-off assignment”. On October 9, the German selection will fly to North America for two practice matches against the United States and Mexico.

With Flick at the helm, Germany was quickly defeated at the World Cup in Qatar at the end of 2022 and only one of the six practice matches could be won this year. Germany lost 2-3 against the Red Devils, among others.

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