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FC Bayern: Bremen squad – Nagelsmann builds strong – Practical test for substitute players

FC Bayern: Bremen squad – Nagelsmann builds strong – Practical test for substitute players

Bayern Munich meets Bremer SV in the German Federation Cup. Julian Nagelsmann leaves three stars in Munich – and offers some of the bench candidates minutes of play.

7:53 PM: Hasan Salihamidzic in Sports 1: “Despite the changes, we are taking the game very seriously. We want to move on to the next round. We have a big and good team where other players can show themselves now.”

Update from 7:12 PM: Julian Nagelsmann decided to start this eleventh:

Ulrich-Richards, Sully, Nyanzu, Sar-Tolisso, Kimmich-Musiala, Muller, Sane-Chubu-Moting

Message from August 25, 2:02 p.m.: Bremen – for some it’s the “game of the century”, for others it’s just a compulsive, annoying task in a busy schedule. After two and a half weeks of delay, FC Bayern München * DFB Cup starts at Bremer S team level in the five-a-side. The match could not go ahead as planned due to the opponents’ coronavirus cases and the record-cup winner being given an extra English week shortly before the international break.

Accordingly, the Bavarians will save some stars, that is already certain. Coach Julian Nagelsmann* revealed some secrets of his squad in the run-up to the game, but he didn’t want to reveal everything.

Bayern Munich: Nagelsmann spares Neuer, Goretzka and Lewandowski in the DFB Cup – Tolisso’s chance?

Captain Manuel Neuer, who injured his right ankle in the Super Cup against Dortmund and ran surprisingly against Cologne, will not be in Bremen. “He reacted a bit after the match on Sunday, but that was to be expected and nothing special. According to this, however, he will now have a break and will not travel,” Nagelsmann announced on Tuesday in a press interview. Instead of the new goalkeepers, there were four goalkeepers in training. In addition to substitute goalkeeper Sven Ulrich, Ron Thorben Hoffmann, Lukas Schneller and Christian Fruchtel also trained. The choice should fall to the experienced returnee Ulreich.

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Striker Robert Lewandowski and midfielder Leon Goretzka also survived. “The same goes for Leoy, he will get a coaching incentive here in Munich. The same with Lyon. With a lot of matches also with the national team, we want to control the load a little bit,” Nagelsmann explained. This could be an opportunity for Corentin Tolisso*, who was able to The recent persuasion of his substitution.The Frenchman, whose contract will expire in a year, is also considered a candidate for sales and could attract interested clubs a few days before the deal closes.For Lewandowski, backup Eric Maxime Choupo-Moting should move to the starting line-up.

FC Bayern: Lineup against Bremer SV – Is Nagelsmann pressing the bench in the starting lineup?

Another midfielder who has yet to give up is Michael Cousins. The Frenchman was not in the squad against Cologne and hasn’t played a minute this season. “Mika is totally normal in the team, so he will be there. I can also tell who is playing – but I don’t. I don’t want to make it that easy for the enemy now – and neither are you (journalists, editor’s note).” So you can still work On something until tomorrow,” Nagelsmann said with a wink.

At right-back, Bona Sar* slipped off young Josip Stanisic in the absence of injured Benjamin Pavard, most recently against Cologne defender Tanguy Nyanzu who was allowed to play on the right flank from the start. In Bremen*Sar, who has fallen below expectations in his second year in Munich, could get a test chance. “At the beginning of the setup he had some difficulties getting things done. He still has to understand the things I expect of him. ‘We’re working on it on the field,'” Nagelsmann demanded.

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Leroy Sane* had a ‘Dark Black Day’ this past weekend. The national player was substituted in the first half against Cologne and on top of that his fans whistled. Away from the Allianz Arena, the sensitive attacking star in Bremen could regain his confidence against the fifth-tier side. live tape.

Bayern Munich: Possible lineup against Bremer SV:

Ulreich – Sarr, Nianzou, Upamecano, O. Richards – Kimmich – Sané, Müller, Tolisso, Musiala – Choupo-Moting

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