Bayern Munich may rehire their recently fired former coach.

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Bayern Munich may bring back their recently sacked ex-coach, Niko Kovac, in a surprising move that has left many football fans speculating. The Croatian was relieved of his duties as head coach of the German giants in. November 2019, but rumors are circulating that he could be making a sensational return to the club.

Kovac was appointed as Bayern Munich’s head coach in July 2018 and enjoyed a successful first season, leading the club to a domestic double. However, a poor start to the 2019/20 season saw him sacked. With the club struggling to find their rhythm and sitting fourth in the Bundesliga table.

Since his departure from the Allianz Arena, Kovac has been out of work, but it appears that Bayern’s recent struggles could see him make a return. The club is currently undergoing a period of transition, with former player and assistant coach. Hansi Flick, leaving the club at the end of the season to take the reins of the German national team.

Bayern Munich current head coach. Julian Nagelsmann, has only been in the role for one season, but the team has struggled for consistency under his leadership. The club is currently sitting third in the Bundesliga table, six points behind leaders. Borussia Dortmund, and was recently knocked out of the Champions League by Paris Saint-Germain in the quarter-finals.

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Bayern Munich may contact their ex-coach to come back

Kovac’s potential return has divided opinion among fans and. Pundits, with some believing that he should be given another chance to prove himself. While others think that it would be a backward step for the club. However, there are several reasons why Bayern Munich could benefit from bringing back their former coach.

Firstly, Kovac has a proven track record of success at the club. Having won the Bundesliga and DFB-Pokal in his first season in charge. He also has experience of managing a big club, having previously coached Eintracht Frankfurt and. Bayern Munich, which would stand him in good stead for the pressures of the Allianz Arena.

Secondly, Kovac has a strong relationship with the club’s hierarchy, having worked with several members of the board during his previous tenure. This could be crucial in ensuring a smooth transition back into the role. Help to build a more stable and harmonious working environment.

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