FC Bayern – Julian Nagelsmann talks about high load: my burnout
Julian Nagelsmann has expressed itself in an interview for high load as a coach of FC Bayern Munich and a possible burnout risk. He also talked about his deceased father.
“I have not had that so far yet,” explained the 34-year-old in the interview with amazon Prime, addressed to a possible overload. He tries to make his free time sensibly and “then really use the day off the day”. Finally, he also has the urge to “have the mobile phone all the time, to deal with transfers.”
In the recent past, there had been several prominent burnout cases in German football, including Ralf Rangnick and most recently the longtime Gladbach manager Max Eberl. “I talked about it with Ralf over it,” Nagelsmann betrayed. “You just have to try to control things out of the outside to keep the risk that then comes at some point or breaks out as low as possible.”
He himself once had to be tested for his personal burnout risk: “And then there are so test protocols that then spit out a percentage probability that you will eventually get a burnout or not. I’m there zero percent. There are really Few people who are at zero percent. “
His conclusion: “I hope the machine retains right. But for those who have it: I think that’s a terrible feeling.”
Nagelsmann about deceased father: “A sad moment”
In 2016 Nagelsmann joined his first job as a Bundesliga coach in Hoffenheim. His father did not experience that anymore: he died when Nagelsmann was 20 years old. “What is the most busy me most that my dad has never heard how I became coach,” he explained. “That he does not know that now that I’ve become coach or now I am at Bayern Munich – that’s so moments.”
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His father did not advise him from a sports study and a career in the trainer area. “Sure, Champions League semi-finals with Leipzig. There you go to the stadium and there you would already wish that your dad sits up there and is happy and proud,” said Nagelsmann. “That’s a sad moment of course.”