The two German national players Matthias Ginter from Borussia Mönchengladbach and Lukas Klostermann from RB Leipzig have explained what the successor to national coach Joachim Löw has to bring with him. In addition, Ginter remembered the desolate and historic 0: 6 against Spain.
“It is important that he has his own playing philosophy. It just has to fit together from a footballing as well as a human point of view,” said Ginter in an interview with SPOX and goal as part of a DFB press conference.
The central defender added: “We all know that there are 82 million national coaches in Germany. There is a lot of talk and discussion. The new coach has to show his steadfastness in public and not be allowed to play a game. but it’s probably even more important for a national coach. “
Klostermann also emphasized the difference between club and national team coaches: “It’s a different requirement profile than a club coach. The main challenge is that you have to convey tactical things to the team in a relatively short time and adjust the team accordingly so that they Work quickly pays off. “
National coach Löw will resign after this year’s European championships. The 2014 world champion coach, whose contract was originally valid until the end of 2022, surprisingly announced this at the beginning of the month.
Ginter: 6-0 in Spain? “One or the other restless night”
Löw has been criticized since the national team’s poor performance at the World Cup in Russia. Above all, the 0: 6 against Spain in November last year sparked a storm of indignation in Germany.
Ginter remembered opposite SPOX and goal of the shame on the Iberian Peninsula, which he witnessed first hand. “We set ourselves a lot again at halftime (when the score was 3-0, editor’s note), but immediately after the break we got 4-0. That felt very unreal for days can only speak for me, but I’ve had one or the other restless night. “
At the European Championship, Germany will face Portugal, world champions France and Hungary in the group stage.