Bundesliga: Nagelsmann received 450 death threats after Bayern Munich’s Champions League exit

Julian Nagelsmann It was on the receiving end of the following severe criticism Bayern MunichVillarreal was eliminated by Villarreal in the Champions League.

However, some criticism has gone to the top, with the German revealing that he has received around 450 death threats since Tuesday night’s second leg at the Allianz Arena.

“I realize that I have to accept criticism from everywhere,” he said. Nagelsmann.

“It’s normal, it’s part of the job. [Former Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz] RummeniggeCriticism, for example, is something I can live with. But I can’t do that with 450 death threats.

“I get death threats after every game, it doesn’t matter if we win or lose. I read the first line and deleted it. Sometimes it also includes my mother, which seems to me to be exaggerated. Threats are more when I play with three defenders.

“When you are eliminated in two out of three competitions, it is normal for the coach to be criticized. I accept that and keep working.

“We have a team that has played together for a long time. On the one hand, it’s good because the players know each other, but when you’ve been successful for a long time, there comes a time when you need fresh blood.”

to me NagelsmannAnd Bayern MunichHis goal is to win the next two matches, which will give them the 10th consecutive German title.