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Joshua Kimmich thinks it is unusual for Bayern Munich to have had a number of coaching changes in recent football years.

Joshua Kimmich the 29 year old admits that it is unusual for Bayern Munich to change coaches so frequently in recent years that. He sees it as a new trend in football. A movie where the coach won’t be in the position for very long. According to a report from Build last Monday.UFABET

Kimmich moved to Bayern Munich from RB Leipzig in January 2015. He has worked with eight different coaches, including Pep Guardiola and Carlo. Ancelotti, Willy Sagnol (temporary), Jupp Heynckes (temporary), Nico Kovac, Hansi Flick, Julian Nagelsmann are here. To Thomas Tuchel, who will step down at the end of this season.

‘That says we often find ourselves in situations where we can’t live up to our standards. There have been many coaches in recent years. This is clearly unusual for FC Bayern.’

‘however I think this seems to be a general trend in football. Coaches won’t last much longer. and hardly any patience at all’

‘Apart from Liverpool, Manchester City, Heidenheim or Freiburg, these are the exceptions,’ Kimmick said.

Kimmich has a long term contract – which he negotiated himself as he has no agent – that runs until 2025. Currently, there has been no indication that he fancies a move to another club, whether it be Barcelona or elsewhere.