Perhaps Joachim Löw was surprised by himself, perhaps he wanted to capture his words. He wanted to "not go into it today," said Löw, saying debate on situation of German football. Maybe he'll "talk about it at some or time," he added.
That sounded like a friendly announcement – who would not like to hear thoughts of federal coach on this causa? On or hand, announcement was no longer necessary. Löw had only just talked about state of German football, in such detail that everyone afterwards knew: The federal coach plagues also a few serious worries.
According to situation, Joachim Löw, 57, held two press conferences in one on Wednesday afternoon in Belfast: one traded from World Cup qualifier this Thursday (20.45 CEST) in Norrn Ireland, in which his team qualify for tournament in Russia Can; It was about lineup (Boateng could begin) to opponent (good defensive) and to expected mood at Windsor Park (probably super). The or was quality of Bundesliga, crisis of German clubs in European Cup and talents of Germany as a whole. So it was about: big questions.Video emergency call to good old time Jupp Heynckes will again be a coach at FC Bayern. This sounds like a message from a time loop, but can solve many problems in Munich in short term. by Martin Schneider More... "You have to worry about it"
As he sees level of German clubs, a reporter Löw had asked, and power of office bestowed on him gave a keynote speech, which Republic could deal with for a few more weeks. The German clubs had lost six out of six games last week in Champions League and in Europa League. FC Bayern succeeded in a 0:3 in Paris, Hertha BSC made it to lose in Östersund, a city from which world so far did not know that in it ever professional football is played.
"Even a little alarming," federal coach finds this cut. Of course it is still too early to draw a conclusion that FC Bayern and Borussia Dortmund could continue to reach next round. But, Löw said, "You must certainly think about it.""That's just wrong"
He himself and his team have already thought, "Not since last week, but last years too". What Löw said: that problems in German club football did not begin in Östersund. It seemed to disturb him seriously that in recent years it was partly discussed wher Bundesliga was best league in world. "If you go back a bit in this century, n you have to say that in Germany we did not get too many titles," he said (FC Bayern each Champions League, 2001 and 2013). Whereas Spanish clubs (Real Madrid, FC Barcelona) won Champions League four times over past four years-and three times Europa League (Sevilla).
Similar to what talents are going on, Löw continued. "If it is claimed that in Germany re are very best talents ever, and re are only talents in Germany-n that is simply out of place. Because it's not true. Because: in France or in Spain or in England re are also outstanding young players, "said Löw," this is simply a fallacy when you say: In Germany re are talents, and in future you simply have to win everything. That's just wrong. "