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Bayern Munich’s Julian Nagelsmann amused by the focus on his lack of titles

Julian Nagelsmann is not concerned about his personal lack of trophies.

FC Bayern Muenchen Training Session Photo by A. Beier/Getty Images for FC Bayern

Bayern Munich manager is widely regarded as one of the top young coaches in the world. His detractors, however, always have a consistent theme when discussing the new boss in Bavaria: a lack of trophies.

“I think it’s funny when people say he’s going Bayern without having won any title. I haven’t managed Real Madrid or Barcelona. If I end my career without titles, I wouldn’t be sad to death, but it would be nice to have titles to my name,” Nagelsmann told kicker (as captured by Twitter account @iMiaSanMia). “When I look back to my career, I don’t just want to say I was a good coach, I want my players to say that I was a good person. The coach is forgotten faster than how the man acted towards his players.”

At 33-years-old, it is a little crazy for Nagelsmann to be judged on the amount of titles he has won. Still just a baby in his coaching career, Nagelsmann earned the opportunity to manage Bayern Munich, which should help him be able to check that off of his “to-do” list.

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