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Sports Bayern: Training break for Gnabry

17:25  21 september  2021
17:25  21 september  2021 Source:   ran.de

Bayern's Nagelsmann back at old club Leipzig in Bundesliga

  Bayern's Nagelsmann back at old club Leipzig in Bundesliga DÜSSELDORF, Germany (AP) — Bayern Munich coach Julian Nagelsmann will get a large dose of déjà vu when his team visits Leipzig in the Bundesliga on Saturday. After all, Nagelsmann was Leipzig coach until the end of last season and two of his Bayern players, defender Dayot Upamecano and midfielder Marcel Sabitzer, were on that Leipzig team, too. Sabitzer was a Leipzig player until 10 days ago, when he signed on to Bayern. Leipzig coach Jesse Marsch said on Thursday his team might have to tweak its tactics to stop Bayern making full use of Sabitzer's insider knowledge. For Nagelsmann, it's a chance to push ahead of potential title rivals such as Leipzig and Borussia Dortmund.

Munich - Football international Serge Gnabry from Bayern Munich has had a training break on Tuesday. As the German record champion announced, the 26-year-old lacked because of a flu infect. Whether Gnabry in the away game on Friday (8.30 pm in the Liveticker on ran.de) could fail at the SPVGG Greuther Fürth, was open.

Gnabry fehlte am Dienstag wegen eines grippalen Infekts © Firofirosid Gnabry lacked Jamal Musiala (Ankle), Kingsley Coman (Heart OP), Corentin Tolisso (Wade) and Sven Ulreich (Knie) on Tuesday. From the quartet, no player is probably in question.

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Bayern's bid for 10th title boosted by rivals' disarray .
DÜSSELDORF, Germany (AP) — Bayern's record 10th Bundesliga title in a row might be the easiest of the lot. The team from Munich is cruising unbeaten at the top of the league table under new coach Julian Nagelsmann and its challengers from last season are in disarray. Sure, it's very early — just six games from 34 played — but other Bundesliga teams have long relied on Bayern making mistakes, and there's no sign of those. That could be a problemThe team from Munich is cruising unbeaten at the top of the league table under new coach Julian Nagelsmann and its challengers from last season are in disarray.

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