Cancelo Expresses Shock Over Coach Sack
Portuguese full-back João Pedro Cancelo has expressed shock over the sack of the club’s (Bayern Munich) coach, Julian Nagelsmann.
The defender who is away for the EURO 2024 qualification in Portugal, thanked Nagelsmann for accepting him at the club.
“I want to thank Nagelsmann as he was the one who wanted me at Bayern.
READ ALSO: Doherty Opposes Sacking Of Former Boss, Antonio Conte
“This caught me by surprise but all the luck in the world to him. When I arrive, I will try to fit in as much as possible with the concepts of the new coach,” Cancelo disclosed.
According to reports, Bayern has planned a meeting to formally inform Julian Nagelsmann of his dismissal.
Soon, the German coach will be at Säbener Straße to terminate the contract. His deal was due to expire in June 2026 but he will leave with immediate effect.
Bayern Munich has not yet directly contacted Julian Nagelsmann; the German coach learned of the news via the media.
The club announcement is anticipated for Friday, however, it was made internally in the past 5 or 6 hours and is 100 percent certain.
Exclusive information revealed that Thomas Tuchel has reached a complete deal to become the next head coach of FC Bayern. He previously agreed to take the position.
Agreement on the contract; paperwork being prepared.
Cancelo was given a season-long loan to Bayern Munich on January 31, 2023.
Setback For Man United, As Sabitzer Joins List Of Injured Players
Marcel Sabitzer, a midfielder for Manchester United, has joined the list of injured players, raising concerns at Old Trafford.
The player experienced the setback prior to the team’s victory over Nottingham Forest on Sunday, as the club made this known in an official statement.
“Erik ten Hag revealed that Marcel Sabitzer suffered an injury in the warm-up before Manchester United’s 2-0 Premier League victory over Nottingham Forest.
“Antony and Diogo Dalot scored the decisive goals to ensure we took all three points from our trip to the City Ground.
READ ALSO: Terry Part Of Coaching Team, As Leicester City Appoints Dean Smith As Manager
“Sabitzer had been named in our starting line-up to face Steve Cooper’s side, but his withdrawal from the XI due to injury was confirmed just moments before kick-off, with Christian Eriksen called into midfield in his place,” the club wrote.
Raphael Varane and Lisandro Martinez both had injuries in the middle of the week and now the Austrian is suffering from one as well. Marcus Rashford and Alejandro Garnacho are two additional players who are now sidelined with conditions.
Erik, though, is still optimistic that the on-loan midfielder from Bayern Munich will soon be able to compete for the Reds in their critical postseason run-in.
The Reds’ performance in Nottinghamshire was unaffected by the late news of Eriksen’s transfer to the starting lineup, though, and Erik was unsurprised by the manner Eriksen went in at the last minute after impressing off the bench in the prior two games.
According to the coach, Eriksen wouldn’t have had a start if Marcel Sabitzer hadn’t dropped out.
BREAKING: Bayern Munich Suspends Sadio Mané For Punching Sané
Sadio Mané has been suspended by Bayern Munich for punching Leroy Sané, after their altercation.
Sadio Mané had punched Sané in the dressing room following the 3-0 defeat to Manchester City in the Champions League.
More to follow…
Terry Part Of Coaching Team, As Leicester City Appoints Dean Smith As Manager
Englishman, Dean Smith has been named as the new head coach of the English Premier League team, Leicester City.
The club made the announcement in an official statement, as former Chelsea defender, John Terry will be part of Smith’s coaching team.
“Leicester City Football Club is pleased to announce the appointment of Dean Smith as the Club’s First Team Manager until the end of the 2022/23 season.
READ ALSO: The Inspirational Journey of Victor Osimhen, From Lagos to Napoli
“The former Norwich City, Aston Villa and Brentford manager will take charge of First Team training from Tuesday in preparation for Saturday’s Premier League trip to Manchester City,” the club announced.
With the current season’s last eight games approaching, Dean Smith, who brings a plethora of management experience and knowledge to the position, will be charged with assisting the Football Club in maintaining its Premier League status.
Craig Shakespeare will rejoin the Leicester City coaching staff as a result of his hiring. In prior stints with the Foxes, Craig served as an assistant to both Nigel Pearson and Claudio Ranieri.
In 2017, Craig took charge of the Club, effectively fending off the prospect of relegation and guiding us to a UEFA Champions League Quarter-Final.
Along with Adam Sadler and Mike Stowell, who are now City’s first team coaches, Dean Smith’s coaching staff will also feature former England captain John Terry, who worked with him at Aston Villa.