– On Monday, the Presidium of the German Football Association agreed on a teleconference that Joachmio Loew’s work with the national team will be continued – the release reads. Loew’s position in the national team was threatened after the last shameful defeat to Spain in the 0: 6 League of Nations.
Joachim Loew will remain the German coach
– “Shaved in Seville”. “Toni Kroos even played it?” – writes “Der Spiegel” about the 0: 6 defeat with Spain, after which the German national team will not find peace until Euro. There were six, and there could have been nine. – Jet black day. Nothing worked – said coach Joachim Loew. And for Spain, Poland’s rival in Euro, it was the best match since Luis Enrique is the coach – Paweł Wilkowicz from Sport.pl wrote after the match between Spain and Germany.
– It was important for the national team coach to discuss the current situation, the defeat with Spain and the next months before the European Championship in an open, constructive and intensive exchange of views. Joachim Loew informed the members of the presidium about his conclusions, ideas and further plans – it added in the press release. Loew works with frame Germany since 2006.
– The members of the presidium agreed that what counts is the high quality of the coaching staff’s work, the intact relationship between the team and the coach, and a clear concept of past and future ideas for the team. A single match cannot measure the overall performance of the national team and its coach – it’s over.
Thus, the German union cut off speculation about Loew’s future. He will not be released now, although the media have already reported about his possible successor. The representation could be assumed by the Bayern coach Hansi Flick.
The presidium of the German union stressed that Joachim Loew he has achieved the goals set recently: promotion to Euro 2020 (where Germany’s rivals will be France, Portugal and Hungary), will remain in the Nations League A and will remain in the first basket during the World Cup qualifying draw in Qatar, which will take place on December 7.