BERLIN: Joakim Lowe will be in charge of Germany for next year’s delayed European Championships despite a series of recent results, the German Football Federation (DFB) announced Monday.
“The DFB’s presidential committee unanimously decided this Monday during a telephone conference to continue with Coach Joachim Lowe on a tough road to renewal that began in March 2019,” it said in a statement.
Lowe, 60, has been in charge of the German team since taking over from J 2006rgen Klinsmann after the 2006 World Cup and led the nation to the Fourth World title, and in 2014 in Brazil after the reunification.
However, Germany are in crisis after their 6-0 defeat to Spain on November 17 and have recently drawn with Switzerland, twice and Turkey.
Spain’s recent hammering at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, Germany’s biggest loss in 89 years, has lost a three-year spell, including an embarrassing group-level exit, then backed by DFB Lowe.
Lowe has made some controversial decisions since his defeat in Russia, nothing more than a decision to end his international career with World Cup winners Thomas Mueller, Jerome Boateng and Mats Hummels.


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