The Bayern players obviously lack leadership qualities – according to media reports, criticism of coach Thomas Tuchel is growing in the Bayern dressing room. There is a lack of the “coach’s handwriting” on the pitch and there is a lack of communication in the dressing room.
With the exception of the defeat in the DFL Supercup, the Munich team have not yet lost a competitive game and are on track in all three competitions. However, the German record champions are not completely satisfied. Joshua Kimmich & Co. lack the necessary consistency and FCB is particularly struggling against top teams. According to current media reports, Thomas Tuchel is increasingly becoming the focus of criticism.
With the coaching change last season from Julian Nagelsmann to Thomas Tuchel, Bayern wanted to give new impetus. At that time, Munich still had a chance of the triple. Those responsible emphasized at the time that things were no longer working between the team and Nagelsmann. The hoped-for effect did not materialize. In the end it was “only” enough for the last minute championship.
Thomas Tuchel has been in the Munich coaching bench for almost six months. In the summer he had the opportunity to put together his “own team” and complete preparation. There are many fans and experts who have repeatedly emphasized that nothing has changed in Bayern’s style of play. Accordingly, there is still no visible handwriting from Tuchel. The critical voices within FCB also appear to be getting louder.
Players “increasingly impatient”
As the Munich-based “tz” reports, some players are becoming “increasingly impatient” with Tuchel. Accordingly, the accusation is that the coach’s influence on the team is not yet really recognized and the team’s football development is stagnating.
According to the paper, the players also criticize the 50-year-old’s poor communication. He only announces the line-up to his players a few hours before kick-off. Some professionals find it difficult to adapt to their role.
In addition, Tuchel is not a coach who attaches great importance to individual discussions with the players. They must contact assistant coaches Zsolt Löw and Anthony Barry with their problems and concerns.