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Joachim Low downfall sad but predictable

It was unparalleled euphoria for England fans but those emotions were not shared by Germany. Two bitter rivals but, in unprecedented times such as these, it really is a shame that there have to be winners and losers. For the Germans, this was another case of what might have been and it marks the end of an era for their long-serving leader.
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Germany coach Joachim Löw’s 15-year tenure ends in regret

BERLIN (AP) — Joachim Löw’s 15-year tenure as coach of Germany’s national soccer team is over, and many think it should have ended a long time ago. The Germans at least advanced from the group stage this time, unlike three years at the World Cup when they were defending champions, but then lost to England 2-0 at Wembley Stadium on Tuesday in the round of 16 of the European Championship.
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Joachim Low: Kai Havertz pays tribute to departing Germany boss

Euro2020: England fans sing Three Lions following Germany victory. Kai Havertz hailed departing Germany coach Joachim Low as the “biggest manager” in the nation’s history and admitted the players were disappointed to see his reign end in Euro 2020 defeat to England. It was announced that Low, 61, would leave...
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Joachim Low bows out as Germany boss on positive note despite England defeat

Joachim Low’s 15-year stint in charge of Germany came to an end following Tuesday night’s 2-0 Euro 2020 defeat to England but the head coach leaves with positive feelings. Low announced his decision to step down after this tournament earlier this year, but the 61-year-old would have been hoping it would have been at Wembley for the final rather than the last-16 tie.
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