Joachim Löw (foto: Getty Images)
Joachim Löw, the former head coach who led Germany to their 2014 World Cup triumph, has offered a critical analysis of the current state of the German national team as they prepare for Euro 2024, hosted in Germany.
Löw, who managed the German team from 2006 to 2021, overseeing an impressive 198 matches, has commented on the recent struggles of 'Die Mannschaft'. Despite not needing to qualify for Euro 2024 as hosts, Germany's recent performances in friendly matches have been underwhelming, leading to a change in management with Julian Nagelsmann taking over from Hansi Flick.
The team has faced setbacks in their recent outings, drawing 2-2 with Mexico and suffering defeats against Turkey (3-2) and Austria (2-0). This string of poor results has dampened the public's optimism for the upcoming European Championship. Löw pointed out that the issues plaguing the team are not just about tactics but also involve other aspects of the game.
Löw also spoke about Julian Nagelsmann, acknowledging him as a promising and talented coach who is likely to find the right formula for the team in the future. His insights suggest a belief in Nagelsmann's ability to turn around the team's fortunes.