Germany takes final decision on Joachim Low’s future as manager

The German Football Federation (DFB) has confirmed that Joachim Low will remain their national team manager for next year’s European championship despite a series of poor recent results.

“The presidential committee of the DFB decided unanimously this Monday during a teleconference to continue with coach Joachim Loew on the difficult path of renewal started in March 2019,” the DFB said in a statement on Monday, following a meeting with Low and the federation’s top officials.

The 60-year-old has been in charge of Germany since he took over from Jurgen Klinsmann following the 2006 World Cup.

He led the country to a fourth world title in 2014, defeating a Lionel Messi-led Argentina in the final.

However, Germany are in crisis following a 6-0 hammering against Spain on November 17 and recent draws with Switzerland and Turkey.

The recent hammering by Spain, which was Germany’s heaviest defeat in 89 years, capped a poor three-year spell, which included an embarrassing group-stage exit at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

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