Germany extends contract Loew
Frankfurt – German national team will still be handled by Joachim Loew in the next few years. Loew has signed a contract extension keeping him train Die Nationalmannschaft until 2018.
Loew coached Germany since 2006 and until now has been leading the country in four major tournaments. He achieved success when the Germans became the champion of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. It was the fourth World Cup trophy for the German and the first since 1990.
After the 2014 World Cup, Germany’s performance is slightly decreased. They only won seven points in four games the European Cup Qualification 2016, however, the German Football Association (DFB) still believe Loew. They have extended his contract until 2018 Loew.
DFB also give a new contract for the assistant coach Thomas Schneider and goalkeeping coach Andreas Koepke. German national team manager Oliver Bierhoff, also brand-new contract signed.
“My heart and my brain knows that this is the right decision. My relationship and DFB very good and we had the same goal,” said Loew.
“We want to be world champion again and we want to get an amazing feeling it again,” said the 55-year-old coach.
Thanks to the success delivering Germany became world champion, Loew has been named the world’s best coach in 2014, last January.
“With the expertise, determination and conviction, Loew is the right person for the national team,” said DFB President Wolfgang Niersbach.
“DFB know that he worked very well. We want to stay on top of the world rankings,” said Niersbach.