While FC Bayern is playing their first game under Julian Nagelsmann in their home stadium, the new coach is hostile to their own supporters.
He takes it calmly.
Munich - Julian Nagelsmann was a coach at two hated clubs of some FC Bayern fans: Long before his time at TSG Hoffenheim, the 34-year-old was also in the service of TSV 1860 - both as a player and as a trainer.
At his home game premiere as the coach of the German record champions against Ajax Amsterdam, the new trainer was exposed to hate chants from the Munich fans' curve.
Nagelsmann reacted calmly to the insults from a few fans.
"I stand for tolerance and openness and let everyone live according to their taste. Not everyone has to applaud that I was with the city rivals," said the FCB coach after the final whistle.
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According to this, a group of around 20 supporters in the south curve behind the fan club banner of "Munich's Red Pride" and a TSV 1860 Munich lion in the crosshairs shouted several times: "Nagelsmann, you pig, back to TSV!"
The new coach from RB Leipzig * was after the turn of the millennium as a player (2002 to 2007) and youth coach (2008 to 2010) at Sechzig München, but is considered an FC Bayern fan.
On Saturday Bayern Munich tested against Ajax Amsterdam - there were over 8,000 spectators in the Munich arena.
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"I noticed it, it wasn't that full," said Nagelsmann about the calls in the arena, which was filled with around 8500 spectators, and stated: "I know the rivalries in the city and in football, but I'm not a big one Friend of rivalries. " Everyone can shout what they want, added Julian Nagelsmann and emphasized: "How you express yourself, everyone has to deal with their conscience. You can't make everyone happy. You just have to be able to do certain things."
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