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.
Franz Beckenbauer has become the latest to weigh in on the disaster that was Germany's tournament in Russia. He suggested that national team coach Joachim Löw needed to part ways with some of his veteran players.
Joachim Löw has decided to carry on as head coach of Germany. Löw had received a vote of confidence from the German FA despite the defending World Cup champions being knocked out at the group stage.
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.
Despite Germany's worst World Cup performance in 80 years, the German FA are sticking with Joachim Löw. DW's Matt Ford explains why they have little choice in the matter and says Löw deserves a chance at redemption.
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