Head coach Hansi Flick of Germany speaks about how he feels like to emulate Joachim Low’s example. Germany is one of the best teams in FIFA’s World Cup™ history with four world titles, four runners-up spots and three third-place wraps up.
Without a doubt, only Brazil have a superior record at the game’s premier event. Showing up at Russia 2018 World Cup as dominant title holders, Germany’s historic elimination, following group stage losses to Mexico and Korea Republic, was even more emotional.
At Qatar 2022, Germany will seek to improve and satisfy the exclusive expectations back home in their country. Ahead of the pack up to the World Cup, FIFA had a chat with Hansi Flick, who took over from Joachim Low last year, about assumptions, experiences gained from his predecessor and the team in general.
According to Hansi Flick, Is it balanced in terms of the player selection and is keeping everything open in the squad, with some players absolutely at the forefront. Flick says Jonas Hoffmann has performed well in the national team, as has Lukas Klostermann at right-back.
Hans Flick says, his side has strong players to pick between, and they have also tried a few players in the team. He hopes his players will be in ideal condition before the competition in Qatar, with everybody having a specific routine so a cadence can develop.
Germany currently have other more youthful players, with Florian Wirtz, being quite possibly of the most exciting young player in Europe, but for now, he is injured. However, Nico Schlotterbeck, David Raum and Karim Adeyemi are a few of the young players who are expected to bring a certain freshness and sharpness in the team. However, the experienced players will be combined with the young ones.
From 2006 to 2014 Hansi Flick worked with Joachim Low as an assistant coach and had the option to crown his work with the World Cup title in 2014.
Hansi Flick’s time in Munich enormously impacted his work as a national team coach. He worked at the most significant level, and made some effective memories. According to the German coach, it was never a given time that he would get the opportunity to become an international coach in the course of his life.
But presently, he is proud, in spite of the fact that there’s a ton of pressure on him to deliver, particularly at the World Cup in Qatar. He says majority of Germans want him to succeed and for them to become world champions. But they will do their best, by preparing well.
Meanwhile, Spain will be Germany’s first opponent in the impending World Cup, so they will be a kind of benchmark. In the group is also Costa Rica, who are a team that can play good football. They are somewhat of an unknown opponent, but are a team that will make life as difficult as possible for Germany.