US News Matthäus criticizes the decision of the DFB pro Löw

22:55  01 december  2020
22:55  01 december  2020 Source:   90min.de

Matthäus speaks plain text: "... then Löw has to resign"

 Matthäus speaks plain text: Lothar Matthäus has again commented on the situation of the national coach. The record international player assumes that Löw will no longer reach the team. © Provided by sport1.de Matthäus speaks plain text: "... then Löw has to resign" record national player Lothar Matthäus sees Joachim Löw's time as national coach apparently over. "I think he can no longer reach the team," said Matthäus on Sky . "Even his press conferences and interviews are no longer as clear as they used to be.

The DFB will meet on December 4 to decide the future of Germany coach Joachim Löw , who is under pressure following a dismal 6-0 Nations League defeat by Spain last week. In a rare move following FIFA's decision , the US embassy in Haiti criticized the outcome of the criminal case, expressing

"Joachim Löw retains the trust of the board." 'Dark clouds' over 'Die Mannschaft'. This explanation conveniently ignores the developments of the past weeks and months in which Germany have Justifying their decision to stick with Löw , the DFB said that "the relationship between team and

Even if the love for the DFB-Elf seems to have cooled off with many fans, the discussion about Joachim Löw is all the more emotional. There are also different opinions among football celebrities, as record national player Lothar Matthäus and ex-assistant Hansi Flick show.

Hat den Glauben an den Bundestrainer verloren: Lothar Matthäus. © imago images Has lost faith in the national coach: Lothar Matthäus.

This is how Flick welcomes the DFB's decision to share a future with Joachim Löw. "I am happy that Jogi Löw can continue. He has done a lot for German football," said the former assistant to the national coach at "Sky".

Flick was also able to understand the reasons given by the DFB. Goals such as the personnel change in the national team, relegation in the Nations League or qualification for the European Championship had been achieved, he said.

Meeting between Löw and DFB leaders

 Meeting between Löw and DFB leaders Even before the decisive meeting of the Executive Committee on December 4th, there will probably be a meeting between Joachim Löw and the DFB leaders. © Provided by sport1.de Meeting between Löw and DFB top The ailing national coach Joachim Löw will apparently meet with the top of the German Football Association (DFB) before the decisive meeting of the executive committee on December 4th.

Accusing the DFB president of racism, he thanked Löw and others in the German team for their support. In a tweet posted before Özil's decision to leave the national side was made public, Erdogan's spokesman Ibrahim Kalin said the footballer's defense of the meeting was "a pity for those

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The fact that Löw can now work calmly again has "very, very many advantages", stressed Flick: "I am absolutely sure that he will draw the right conclusions and that we will see a different team and a different performance on the field in the new year . "

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Matthäus: "The explanations hurt me"

Record national player Lothar Matthäus has a different view of the situation, who cannot understand the decision. "The justifications hurt me a bit. That's not the truth that I've seen the last few months and two years," said Matthäus on Sky. He himself would have resigned after the 6-0 disgrace in the Nations League in Spain, he emphasized.

The fact that Löw succeeded in qualifying for the European Championship and staying in the Nations League does not put Matthäus mildly. "If those are the new goals that the DFB is setting out - that can't be the right way," said Matthäus firmly. Löw seemed "helpless" in Seville, "you didn't get the impression that the team and coach are one". The change in personnel should have been successful long ago.

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Eberl and Völler pro Löw - Matthäus renews criticism .
Personnel Joachim Löw continues to cause discussion. While Max Eberl and Rudi Völler take the side of the national coach, Lothar Matthäus renews his criticism. © Provided by sport1.de Eberl and Völler pro Löw - Matthäus renews criticism national coach Joachim Löw still divides the football nation. Before the 60-year-old wants to talk about the 6-0 disgrace in Spain on Monday (4:00 p.m.), the former team boss Rudi Völler and Gladbach's sports director Max Eberl Löw have once again strengthened t

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