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Euro 2021: Joachim Löw might wish he left before last call

We all know it’s hard to leave when you can’t find the door. But sometimes you pay even more when you ignore the door that was right there. It was obvious in the last World Cup that Germany had reached the end of their cycle. They were made to look pretty damn plodding and basic, as both South Korea and Mexico ran around, over, and through a lineup that had aged more than the four years between their triumph in Brazil and their pratfall in Russia would suggest. Even their one win over Sweden was last-gasp, needing a Toni Kroos freekick to save them.
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EURO 2020: Joachim Löw hoping to leave Germany on a high

BERLIN (AP) — With Joachim Löw departing after the tournament and a replacement already set to take over, expectations are low for Germany at the European Championship. Quite low, especially considering the team's dismal performance as defending champions at the last World Cup and the 6-0 drubbing by Spain last year in the Nations League.
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Germany twice hit the woodwork and missed more chances before settling for a 1-1 draw in their Euro 2020 warm-up match against Denmark on Wednesday. With 2014 World Cup winners Thomas Muller and Mats Hummels back in the squad after more than two years and going straight into the starting line-up, the Germans looked sharp from the start.
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Germany coach Joachim Low says he has no interest in taking over at Barcelona if Ronald Koeman is fired this summer. The 61-year-old has already announced he is set to leave the national team after the Euros with Bayern Munich coach Hansi Flick set to take his place. Low is...
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Hansi Flick to succeed Joachim Low as Germany boss after Euro 2020

Bayern Munich's departing manager Hansi Flick will succeed Joachim Low as Germany boss after this summer's European Championship. Low is leaving the role following the delayed Euro 2020, having been in the post since 2006. Flick has signed a contract to be Germany manager until 2024. "I am hugely excited,...
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Report: Bayern Munich’s Hansi Flick to take over for Joachim Löw after Euros, but no formal announcement as of yet

According to a report from Abendzeitung, the DFB is set to have Bayern Munich manager Hansi Flick take over for Joachim Löw after the European Championships this summer. Over the weekend, Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinze Rummenigge cautioned the DFB to get a deal with Flick done as soon as possible, as there could be a slew of clubs abroad ready to throw heaps of cash at the sextuple-winning manager. Rummenigge even hinted that Bayern Munich and the DFB had agreed to a deal of sorts to help compensate the Bavarians for losing their manager to the national team.
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