Football manager Joachim Löw and President of German Football Union (DFB) Reinhard Grindel agreed that Löw will save his post as the head coach of the German national team. The DFB’s official website reported that on Tuesday.
‘We took a small break after such a tense contest (Euro 2016, - 112 International), so that we could analyze the situation calmly. But we never had any doubts about Löw’s efficiency in this regard. He’s the best coach for this team, and we trust him completely. We’re sure the national team of Germany will be successful – under his management’.
Joachim Löw has been working as the head coach of the German national team since 2006. His contract expires in 2018. The Bundestam led by Low claimed victory at the 2014 World Cup and a bronze at the 2010 World Cup. Under his management, Germans also won bronze awards of Euro 2012 and Euro 2016. Besides, in 2014, Löw received the Coach of the Year title from the International Football Federation.