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Gotze: No WC hangover for Bundesliga Germans

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Germany's World Cup humiliation won't cause Bundesliga hangover -- Mario Gotze

Raf Honigstein and the FC crew examine what went wrong for Germany at the World Cup and discuss what lies ahead for the reigning world champions.
The FC crew continue their probe into Germany's humiliating elimination from the World Cup and deliver their stance on Jogi Low.
Lothar Matthaus feels Germany lacked speed at the World Cup and still wonders how Leroy Sane was omitted from the squad.

CHICAGO -- Germany endured a humiliating group-stage exit from this summer's World Cup in Russia, but Mario Gotze doesn't expect Die Nationalmannschaft's poor form to carry over to club football.

The Borussia Dortmund playmaker spoke to media at Soldier Field on Thursday evening, ahead of the Black and Yellow's International Champions Cup match against Manchester City on Friday.

And Gotze insisted that despite Germany's woeful campaign in Russia, in which they finished third in Group G behind Sweden...

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp: I never thought about Germany job

The FC team answer your tweets on Cristiano Ronaldo's GOAT status, how VAR would have changed the 2010 World Cup and how close Liverpool are to title contention.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says he "never thought" about the Germany job and fully supports the decision for Joachim Low to remain in the post despite their disappointing performance at the World Cup.

Germany crashed out of the tournament in the group stages, leading to rumours Klopp could be approached if Low lost his job.

Asked if he thought the Germany job was attractive, Klopp told Bild: "Honestly, I have never thought about it. I am happy at Liverpool -- everything else we shall...