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Lahm quits Germany duty | UEFA award

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 Posted by ESPN Staff
1 day ago

Low remains as Germany coach

Joachim Low will continue to lead Germany through the 2016 Euro's after leading the Germans to their first World Cup title since 1990.

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ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
1 day ago

Joachim Low to stay Germany coach

Joachim Low will continue to lead Germany through the 2016 Euro's after leading the Germans to their first World Cup title since 1990.

Joachim Low has confirmed he will remain in charge of world champions Germany through to Euro 2016.

Low's future as Germany head coach had been in doubt after he led the nation to a fourth World Cup trophy with a 1-0 win over Argentina in Brazil.

The 54-year-old signed a two-year contract extension ...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
2 days ago

Hometown honour for Joachim Low

ESPN FC's Craig Burley believes that Philipp Lahm is still at the top of his game and shouldn't have retired from international football.

Germany coach Joachim Low will be made a honourary citizen of his hometown of Schoenau in Schwarzwald following his World Cup success this summer.

- Lovell: Bayern benefit from Lahm's Germany retirement
- Hesse: Germany success validates new model

Die Nationalmannschaft beat Argentina 1-0 in the fin...

 Posted by PA Sport
3 days ago

Kroos settled on Real Madrid after final

ESPN FC's Raf Honigstein reacts to Toni Kroos's comment that "Real Madrid are a step above Bayern Munich."

Toni Kroos has revealed he decided to move to Real Madrid only after winning the World Cup with Germany.

The 24-year-old admitted he had been approached by the Spaniards, and "all the biggest clubs in the world," prior to lifting the World Cup, but it was that triumph over Argentina in the Maraca...