The captain of Bayern Munich has shown a very clear view to the media about his ability to lead Germany in the future.
After the worst defeat in history against Spain in the last Nations League series (losing 0-6), Coach Joachim Low became the focus of criticism from the domestic media and German fans. Although the German Football Federation (DFB) continues to express confidence in Coach Low, this does not mean the fan’s rage subsides. This is understandable because in the past 2 years, live football viewers have witnessed the apparent decline of Germany Tel, although they still have in the hands of the strongest force in Europe.
According to many sources in Germany shared a few days ago, the DFB will still let coach Joachim Low lead Germany at least until the end of Euro 2021 finals next year. However, in parallel with that, the leaders of German football are starting a campaign to find a replacement for coach Joachim Low. Among the selected names, two strategists Hansi Flick (Bayern Munich) and Jurgen Klopp emerged as the top candidates.
In the past, coach Hansi Flick had a period of time as an assistant to coach Joachim Low before he moved to Bayern Munich to “assist” Niko Kovac. It was also the golden time of German football with the peak of the world championship in 2014. Source from Sport Bild said the DFB kept in touch with Flick during the past time.
Despite this, the captain of Bayern Munich in the latest speech extinguished this entire intention of the DFB. Accordingly, he asserted that he was still happy at Bayern and had absolutely no thoughts of leading Germany:
“The last defeat was really disappointing. I watched that match and felt very sad with the way Germany played. However, in football such failures are inevitable. What matters is what we can learn from. But that is none of my business.
I’m still devoting all my time and effort to Bayern Munich. I never thought of leading a national team and I respect the contract with Bayern. Because of that, I won’t be going anywhere and Bayern is still my home. ”