Bayern’s Nagelsmann feeling better after Covid-19, trusts assistants

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Bayern Munich coach Julian Nagelsmann feels he is on the road to recovery following his coronavirus infection. “I’m in good spirits and keen to come back quickly,” Nagelsmann said via video conference from home quarantine. He will miss Saturday’s Bundesliga match in Munich against Hoffenheim but will help from home. “I’m relatively bouncy again,” he added, saying he was “clearly better” than the night before but that there was “still no exact date” for his return to the training ground or dug-out. Nagelsmann was absent from the sidelines on Wednesday during the 4-0 Champions League win at Benf…

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