Seit dem 1. Juli ist er Cheftrainer von RB Leipzig. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Karriere. Als Spieler. Julian Nagelsmann hat erklärt, welches kuriose Strafensystem er bei RB Leipzig eingeführt. Zudem hat der RB-Trainer über seine Outfits. RB-Leipzig-Trainer Julian Nagelsmann verrät, wie er Spielerverstöße sanktioniert - und wieso er Gehaltsverzicht begrüßt. Auch über sein Outfit.
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Nagelsmann revealed that Lazar Samardzic has tested positive for Covid and will miss the game along with Konrad Laimer knee , Lukas Klostermann, Benjamin Henrichs both knee and Dayot Upamecano suspension.
Nagelsmann said Leipzig are aware of United's ability to turn games around after going behind. I hope to stay in the coaching zone for the whole 90 minutes and not have to leave.
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Get the Football RSS feed RSS My Yahoo! Feedly More RSS feeds Tuesday 12 January. Sheff Utd. Fundamentally it's about taking up a position in attack so that you can be passed to if the ball is moved around, but also such that you're close enough to the opponent to initiate the Gegenpress if we lose the ball.
If you follow the extreme Dutch school of thought, with very wide attackers you often face the problem of not being open for a pass or the ball taking an age to reach you and giving the opposition a chance to reorganise.
You also risk being a long way from the ball if you lose possession and then you can't initiate the press. As a result I like to see us shrink the pitch and create overloads near the goals.
The rules of football dictate that that's in the centre of the pitch, so I like to see us have a strong presence in those areas. Nagelsmann: "They certainly introduced a distinct style into Germany, which had perhaps been practised previously in Italy, by Sarri and others.
Overall there tend to be trends in football that come and go and come and go. Ralf started using his extreme pressing and quick transitions all the way down in the fifth tier, the Oberliga.
He has always described his Gegenpress as his teams' playmaker. They're a pair of minds who brought a certain style of football to prominence and who continue to do so.
After them, Pep Guardiola also coached in Germany and played football in a different way to them despite employing many of the same principles. He added a lot of possession phases and unusual ways of playing with the ball, which raised football to another level.
Football matches are always defined by an interplay of various phases of play, because I don't think I've ever seen a game in which a team could play exclusively transitions, exclusively press, or exclusively have possession.
The most successful teams have to solve problems in each of the four phases of play and at set-pieces. Dependent on coaching tastes there will always be preferences and emphasis on specific phases, and Ralf Rangnick and Klopp definitely put more weight on opposition possession and transition than Pep Guardiola does.
In the end the one who can teach his players every phase is the best coach. Nagelsmann: "No, that doesn't exist.
The perfect game in my opinion could exist, or at least something close to it, but then there wouldn't be any goals.
Football is a game in which goals come from errors most of the time and rarely from one person doing everything right and the opponent doing marginally less perfectly.
Most of the time goals come from mistakes. That's why goals are scored and why supporters will go to stadiums when they're allowed to again. That is why football captures our imagination, so I don't really think we need to see the perfect game.
Nagelsmann: "I think we enjoy a good footballing education in Germany. You also have to look at which teams the coaches are in charge of.
One of them is coaching Bayern, one is coaching Liverpool, so the chances of them being successful in the Champions League are high and that is normal.
I'm coaching Leipzig , who aren't always a fixture in the Champions League's top four, but we have made quite a name for ourselves by playing well.
I think that if we were coaching smaller teams then the chances of us going so far in the Champions League would be much smaller.
War Spieler: Letzter Verein : München II Meiste Spiele für : TSV U19 Karriereende : Aktueller Verein RB Leipzig.
Alter Geburtsdatum: Transferhistorie als Spieler. TSV U17 - ablösefrei Transfererlöse gesamt: 0.
Jüngster UMeistertrainer mit 26 Jahren; Jüngster Cheftrainer in der Bundesliga mit 28 Jahren; Jüngster Trainer der die Champions League K.
Relevante News. Nagelsmann faced his former club Hoffenheim on match-day 14 and won 3—1 against them. On 10 March , following Leipzig's 4—0 win against Tottenham Hotspur , Nagelsmann became the youngest coach in history to win a UEFA Champions League knockout tie.
Nagelsmann became the youngest coach in history, therefore, to coach a side in a Champions League Semi-Final. On 18 August , RB Leipzig played against Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League Semi-Finals, where Nagelsmann faced his former boss during his time at Augsburg, Thomas Tuchel.
However, RB Leipzig lost 3—0 to Paris Saint-Germain. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. German football manager. Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung in German.
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