Salihamidzic publicly berates Gnabry after his draw with Cologne
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Updated on 01/25/2023 07:30
- After the second draw in a few days, the record champions began to boil over.
- Coach Nagelsmann and captain Kimmich speak candidly before the first match against Frankfurt.
- Serge Gnabry even received a personal reprimand from Hasan Salihamidzic for spending his free time.
After a complete false start to the new football year that was averted at the last minute, the sporting director spoke
After the match, Salihamidzic said, “Now it’s time to switch, and we start the same way we did in the second half, and we understand that the championship is now in danger.” 1: 1 on Tuesday evening against 1. FC Köln.
Four days ago, the first round of the Bundesliga was played in the first match RB Leipzig I also played 1: 1. Coach
Kimmich illustrates: “It’s a matter of attitude for me.”
“We set a standard for ourselves in the second half,” Nagelsmann said of the improvement in the performance in a significantly better second half. Colin. “We should be able to do that for 90 minutes,” asked the 35-year-old.
Salihamidzic sees an employment deficit among some Munich players. But there are also “some players who want to bring the right mentality onto the pitch. We really had some ray of hope,” said the sporting director.
For example, top scorer Kimmich, Leroy Sané or French substitute Kingsley Coman, who recommended himself to the starting XI in the first match on Saturday (6.30 pm) at the Munich Arena against chasers Eintracht Frankfurt.
Salihamidzic on Gnabry: ‘He’s an amateur’
Salihamidzic distributed a personal and public note
Gnabry was replaced at halftime after a moderate performance by coach Julian Nagelsmann. Salih Hamidic (46) reprimanded, “A day off is part of the rest so you can put pressure on the gas in the next match.” Gnabry appeared at the French capital’s fashion week on a free Sunday and posted several photos of himself.
“We will talk about it,” Salihamidzic declared. It will happen on Wednesday. “I wanted to leave the boys alone to prepare for the match,” he said, adding, “Of course, this needs to be discussed.”
On the other hand, Nagelsmann did not want to verbally heat up the “street topic” in the post-match press conference. However, after Gnabry’s trip, he also confirmed that he expected better athleticism in response. However, he did replace Gnabry against Cologne because he felt “we needed a breath of fresh air”. (dpa/ft)
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