Martin Demichelis Over time he has become an absolute ambassador when it comes to German football, and even more so when it comes to Bayern Munich. The former defender of River and the Argentine National Team not only had a great career in the most influential team in that country and last Champions of the Champions League, but also began his career as a coach there.
Demichelis was a figure in his time as a footballer for Bayern Munich (Bayern Munich Press)
The 40-year-old man in mid-2019 took over the U19 team of the barbarian team, and in the last hours he was named as one of the two technicians which will have “FC Bayern II”, along with German Danny Schwarz, who will take up this new position in the middle of the year, when the new season begins.
It should be noted that Demichelis played 8 consecutive seasons at Bayern, a team that bought him from River in mid-2003. In Germany as a footballer he played 259 official matches, scored 15 goals and won 11 titles, all of them corresponding to local championships.
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