Joachim Löw announced that he will step down from his post as manager of Germany after the European Championships. The 61-year-old led Germany to the 2014 World Cup, but his past few years have been marred by controversy over personnel decisions and squad selection issues.
As he seeks to close out his international career on a winning note at the European Championships (aka the Euro 2020 competition), the speculation on who will succeed Löw will certainly cause a lot of discussion.
To keep up with all of the updates to this news, check out our story stream for all of the latest and greatest news on what Germany might be thinking in terms of its next manager. Surely, Bayern Munich’s Hansi Flick will factor into the discussion at some point, but many think the Bavarians will do just about anything they can do hold on to the sextuple-winning manager.
Regardless, the next few months will be a fascinating view into what this coaching search entails and the journey to seeing what the DFB decides will be one to follow for sure.
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