With the World Cup in Russia just three weeks away, head coach Joachim Löw is staying optimistic. But he knows that the world champions still have a lot of hard work ahead of them as they try to defend their title.
By learning pertinent lessons from the past and asking imaginative questions about the future, Joachim Löw ensures his teams are prepared for the present. It's with good reason that he's been given the time to do it.
The intrigue continues to swirl around the German camp in Vatutinki as the world champions prepare to start their title defense against Mexico in Moscow on Sunday. But one question appears to have been answered.
Germany's loss to Mexico in their World Cup opener was no fluke. They were out-run, out-thought and out-fought by their opponents. The display poses Joachim Löw serious questions about some of his most trusted players.
Joachim Löw may have more to lose than gain as he leads Germany into their campaign to become just the third team to defend a World Cup title. The fact that it is such a tall task is precisely what motivates him.
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