While some players were surprisingly left out, others still have a few weeks left to fight for their spot. The presentation wasn't without drama either, with two star players making headlines for their actions off the pitch.
Former Germany striker Kevin Kuranyi uses his first DW World Cup column to dissect Germany's defeat to Mexico. He calls on Joachim Löw to start Marco Reus and Mario Gomez, and warns that Germany could be done early.
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.
It's crunch time for Germany as they face a make or break game with Sweden in Sochi. Anything less than a win will leave the defending champions staring at a first ever first round exit in the World Cup. Follow live.
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.
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