Klopp Trusts Löw to Turn Things Around
Team manager Jürgen Klopp from the English soccer champions FC Liverpool has given national coach Joachim Löw a boost.
Team manager Jürgen Klopp from English soccer champions FC Liverpool has strengthened national coach Joachim Loew. “There is a huge chance that Jogi will just turn things around: Next year is the European Championship. Maybe he will win or go far,” the 53-year-old told Welt am Sonntag.
Klopp was recently traded again and again as a possible desired successor of the German Football Association (DFB) for Löw. He himself rejected a current interest in the job with a view to his contract, which runs until 2024.
“Nobody is perfect,” said Klopp of Löw, who was confirmed in office last Monday: “Most of us are relatively good, and Jogi is definitely one of them. I have 0.0 percent criticism because I don’t See occasion. ”
It is completely normal that the DFB selection is “jerky” at the beginning. “The big effect can be seen later. I trust Jogi that it is planned exactly that way.”
Klopp currently sees the situation for the national team as “not that easy”: “People always think that the next coach will do it better immediately. Jogi Löw has been extremely successful for many years.” In addition, coaches are “not always the only reason when things are going well. And they are not the only reasons when things are not going quite so well.”