The German football association DFB will only have a few days to make a decision about the future of national coach Joachim Löw. That reports the German news agency DPA Thursday. ‘Die Mannschaft’ lost Wednesday its third match in world cup group F with a 2-0 South Korea and is turned off.
Löw was after the world cup exit, together with the DFB president Reinhard Grindel, but a decision on the national coach should adjust the next few days are to be expected. “I have yesterday evening with Jogi Löw spoke”, quoting the Sport Bild Grindel. “We have agreed to meet the next day to discuss how to proceed.”
“We should all calm, thinking about how now to proceed, first a night of sleep”, replied Löw Wednesday itself after the shutdown. “Obviously, I take responsibility for this debacle. Never did I dare to think that we are against South Korea going out.”
Germany began the tournament with a 1-0 defeat against Mexico, but seemed to be against Sweden, with the winning goal by Toni Duckweed in the extra time (2-1), sheet to go and save. Against South Korea (2-0 loss) was, however, sobering. Sweden and Mexico punches in the pool.