Former Bayern Munich boss Julian Nagelsmann took his first two games at the helm of the German national team in stride.
After downing the USMNT and earning a draw with Mexico, Nagelsmann can see progress.
“Definitely positive. I told the team in the dressing room: I’m convinced that we will be successful. We did things okay, other things weren’t so good. I wanted to develop a feel for this team because I didn’t know them before — and this feel is extremely positive. I know we will be successful and I’m looking forward to November,” Nagelsmann said in a release from the DFB (a captured by @iMiaSanMia). “I’ve never coached a team that implements things so quickly. That makes me extremely optimistic. I absolutely loved it, so I’m not worried. I saw total unity, both in the hotel and on the pitch.”
Things will get more difficult moving forward, but Nagelsmann has a plan and seems energized to help his squad be in a good position to compete at the EURO 2024 competition next summer.
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