Germany needs a new strategy

Germany needs a new strategy

When handling the World Cup preliminary round of the German nationwide group in Qatar, the German Football Association (DFB) need to likewise look abroad in the viewpoint of the ex-national coach Berth Volts.
The DFB cooks too much in its own juice, the view of other associations and the exchange, which I have often emphasized, has actually to be reinforced again, wrote the 75-year-old in his column in the Headache Post.
France, Argentina or Portugal would have their Superstars however they likewise had leading talents in the hindquarters.
And stars also have to be trained so that they are ready for large deeds.
Volts pointed out the French as an example that German football had actually found out something.
They have actually constantly had the ability to champagne football, now there is likewise the needed pragmatism in their game and of them in the past constantly has German groups in the huge games that have to do with making results, said the world champion from 1974.
safeguarding champion france will play on Sunday (4:00 p.m./ ARD and Magenta TV) in the final against Argentina.

Volts invites expert council

The European Champion 2024 in Germany must also have to do with outcomes, said Volts.
Germany is among the top favorites as the host.
We have to have a team that brings our football back into the best track and reconciles it with the fans.
Volts invited the establishment of a specialist council to the DFB.

He is particularly hoping for Matthias Summer.

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Borussia Dortmund’s specialist is one who likes to put his finger in the injury and interest the unpleasant, he said.
When winning the 1996 European Champion title, Summer was one of the leaders for Volts and an essential contact.
The expert council, headed by DFB President Bernd Bettendorf and Vice President Hans-Joachim Wake, consists of Summer Bayern Munich’s ex-CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, his successor Oliver Khan, previous DFB team boss Audi Roller and the long-time RB Leipzig Handling Director
Oliver Mintzlaff.

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