Nagelsmann, 29, is the youngest head coach in Bundesliga history.
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Hoffenheim's Julian Nagelsmann, 29, the youngest head coach in Bundesliga history, has been named coach of 2016 in Germany.The German Football Association (DFB) award is just dessert for the work Nagelsmann did by keeping Hoffenheim up last season, then turning them into title challengers.He joins the likes of Borussia Dortmund's Thomas Tuchel and Bayern Munich's assistant coach Hermann Gerland, who were named Germany's coach of the year in times gone by.Eyebrows were raised in February 2016 when Nagelsmann, then aged just 28, was made head coach of Hoffenheim.Stints coaching the youth teams at 1860 Munich and Hoffenheim followed.
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