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Does Jogi Löw have to go? DFB decision made after the crisis summit


National coach Joachim Löw has been criticized. Now he faced the top of the DFB and the bosses made a decision for his future.

National coach Joachim Löw has been criticized.

Now he faced the top of the DFB and the bosses made a decision for his future.

  • National coach

    Joachim Löw

    is still heavily criticized.

  • On Monday there was an unofficial


    between Löw and the

    DFB top


  • There the decision about his future was made.

Update from November 30th, 3:55 p.m.:

The decision has been made!

Joachim Löw remains the national coach of the German national team.

The DFB expressed confidence in the Freiburg resident for the future.

The DFB announced on Monday after talks in Frankfurt.

This means that the decision will be made much earlier than expected.

Actually, the DFB presidium should decide on this at the meeting next Friday.

The press release in full (excerpt):

“Today, Monday, the DFB Presidium agreed in a conference call to unreservedly continue the path of renewal of the national team with national coach Joachim Löw, which has been taken since March 2019.

The Presidium followed a recommendation by the Presidial Committee and by Oliver Bierhoff, Director of National Teams & Academy.

A single game cannot and must not be a yardstick for the general performance of the national team and the national coach. "

The # DFB Presidium agreed today to continue the path of renewing the national team with national coach Joachim Löw.

All information:


- DFB (Association) (@DFB) November 30, 2020

DFB: Jogi Löw faces the top of the association at the crisis summit - can he continue?

First report from November 30th:

Frankfurt - Can

Jogi Löw


Or does he have to go?

The national coach is apparently fighting for his future on Monday.

According to information from

Bild, he will be at

the top of the DFB five days before the crucial meeting of the Presidium.

Present at the groundbreaking crisis summit are President

Fritz Keller

, his Vice-Presidents

Rainer Koch





Oliver Bierhoff

and Treasurer


Stephan Osnabrugge


The separate meeting is extraordinary because it



DFB presidium meeting


December 4th


Actually, the decision should be made there - it is quite possible that the members will more or less be presented with a fait accompli in five days.

DFB: Can Jogi Löw stay?

The decision could be made on Monday

Since the

0: 6 against Spain

, Löw has been particularly criticized.

His possible


is being hotly debated *.

Nevertheless, the tendency is more towards staying.

A new national coach would only have three games to prepare the team for the

European Championship

- a very short window of time to turn things around.

In addition, Löw has two advocates, Bierhoff and Peters.

Does he even save his job with a plan? *


Will Jogi Löw remain national coach?

There will be an answer soon.

© Jan Woitas / dpa

In any case, the Freiburg resident is said to have "not received a free ticket", as a DFB board member is said to have said.

He has to explain the poor performance of the past few years.

Löw himself, one hears from decision-makers, shouldn't think about resigning.

He sees the shame of Seville as a "unique blackout" and refers to the sovereign

European Championship qualification


DFB: Will Jogi Löw's future be decided in secret?

Presidium reacts disgruntled

One could call out the "week of truth" given the current circumstances.

Perhaps the decision will be made “unofficially” on Monday in a small group of bosses.


DFB Presidium members

warn whether this approach is before "going it alone", as the



They fear that they will be passed over.

"The decision about the national coach is the responsibility of the presidium, not the presidial committee," one member is said to have said.

"Such a procedure is not appropriate and also damages the national coach." (Epp)

* is part of the Ippen editorial network.

List of rubric lists: © Ronny Hartmann / AFP

Source: merkur

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