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Honigstein: Low begins German rebuild

Germany Sep 3, 2014
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 Posted by Miguel Delaney
6 days ago

Euro 2016 Qualifying: What we've learned from the first round

ESPN FC's Derek Rae argues that UEFA and FIFA are strengthening the strong teams with their seeding methods.

With the first round of qualifying matches for 2016 European Championships done and dusted, here's a look at four takeaways from the international break.

The new structure may not be quite as bad as first feared

At the very least, the Euro 2016 qualifiers justified the shift in attention. They may have also offered the start of some justification for the shift in structure.

So many complaints about such an early disruption to the domestic leagues suddenly rang a little hollower as the international...

 Posted by Stephan Uersfeld
Sep 7, 2014

Three Points: Germany vs. Scotland

A brace from Thomas Muller secured all three points for Germany in their opening qualifying match.

Three quick thoughts on Germany's 2-1 win over Scotland as the 2014 World Cup champions began on their road to Euro 2016.

1. Back to reality for the World Cup winners

Less than 60 days after the lifting the trophy in Rio de Janeiro, Germany kicked off their campaign with a 2-1 win against Scotland and ended Scotland manager Gordon Strachan's run of six games without a loss.

After a decent first half by Joachim Low's XI -- six of whom also started the World Cup final -- the short summer break...

 Posted by Miguel Delaney
Sep 7, 2014

Euro 2016 qualifiers: What to watch for

The ESPN FC team give their opinion on Euro 2016's growth from 16 to 24 teams and how much it will water down the competition.

With Euro 2016 qualifying beginning in earnest, we look at some of the big storylines sure to intrigue as over 50 teams set out on the road to Paris.

Can the new Spain recover their winning record, let alone their old level?

It may forever be overshadowed by Brazil's 7-1 semifinal defeat to Germany, but in terms of historical significance, the truly defining match of the 2014 World Cup came much earlier in the tournament: Spain's incredible 5-1 defeat to the Netherlands. Six years of unparalleled...

 Posted by Miguel Delaney
Sep 4, 2014

As Spain's era ends, it is really Germany's turn?

The ESPN FC team give their opinion on Euro 2016's growth from 16 to 24 teams and how much it will water down the competition.

Joachim Low had just made history, so was understandably keen to point to all the key dates and milestones that led to that moment -- with one conspicuous omission.

As the German manager sat in the Maracana press room following his side's World Cup win back in July, he referenced the country's 2000 coaching revolution as well as the influence of Jurgen Klinsmann back in 2006. April 23, 2013 was not mentioned but many in the squad knew its significance. It was the night Bayern Munich absolutely...

 Posted by Raphael Honigstein
Sep 3, 2014

Rebuilding begins as Germans suffer from World Cup hangover

Angel Di Maria had a goal and three assists as Argentina made easy work of Germany in a World Cup final rematch.

The German FA's official Twitter feed has been adding #4gefuhl to its tweets since July 13. It's a play on words, substituting the "Wir" (we) in "Wir-Gefuhl" (we-feeling, feeling united) with "vier," the number four, as in the golden stars that represented the World Cup wins over the FA badge.

Wednesday night at the Esprit-Arena in Dusseldorf, Germany, brought a different kind of #4gefuhl, however.

Fifty minutes into a mildly entertaining evening, Joachim Low's world champions found themselves four...

 Posted by Raphael Honigstein
Sep 2, 2014

Injuries, retirements leave different German team vs. Argentina this time

Germany trained in Dusseldorf ahead of their friendly match against Argentina, which will be a repeat of the 2014 FIFA World Cup final.

The feel-good factor has not waned over the summer break: 45,000 supporters turned up two days early to see the world champions kick a few balls around in Dusseldorf's Esprit Arena. The open training session ahead of the friendly against finals opponent Argentina (sans Lionel Messi) doubled up as another victory parade; at some point in the low-intensity workout, the World Cup was presented to the crowd again.

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A few of the Maracana heroes were missing, however. Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker...