German legend Fogtz, who won both the World Cup and European Championship with Klinsmann, has recommended Klinsmann as the next head coach of the German national team.
Germany suffered a shock 1-4 loss to Japan in an exhibition match in Wolfsburg, Germany, on Oct. 10. The German Football Association subsequently suspended Flick, making him the first coach to be sacked in the country’s 123-year history. Without a head coach, Germany took the reins in an exhibition match against France on Wednesday, with DFB board member Rudy Pöller taking the reins and defeating the French to end a three-match losing streak.
As the search for a new head coach for the German national team continues, Fogtz has recommended Klinsmann to German outlet RP Online. Fogtz has a special relationship with Klinsmann.
As an active player, Fogtz played a key role in Germany’s 1974 World Cup victory and won a World Cup with Klinsmann in 1990 in Italy, where he coached the German national team and played as a striker. At Euro96, he was the head coach and led Germany to victory. Fogtz also coached Germany at the 1994 World Cup in the United States and the 1998 World Cup in France, where Klinsmann was Germany’s star striker. Fogtz also served as technical director during Klinsmann’s tenure as head coach of the U.S. National Team.
“We need an experienced national team coach who can inspire the players and the people. A lot of things are going in the wrong direction. A new national team coach is not enough.” “Euro 2024 is an important tournament for us. It’s a chance to put right a lot of things that have gone wrong in recent years.”
“Klopp and Klinsmann in particular have the passion and charisma to revitalize German football,” he said of the candidates, adding of Klinsmann: “If the DFB asks him, I think he will accept.” “Ballack, Schweinsteiger and Lahm can definitely make a difference,” he added, noting the positive impact of having former Germany players on the coaching staff.
“German soccer fans remember the 2006 World Cup in Germany, when Klinsmann was the savior,” says Fogtz. “German soccer fans remember the 2006 World Cup in Germany when Klinsmann was the savior. That’s exactly what we need now,” Fogtz reiterated.
German publication Bild listed Klinsmann among the top 10 candidates for the next German national team coach on Nov. 11. Klopp, Zummer, Nagelsmann, and others have been mentioned locally as possible candidates for the next German national team coach.
Klinsmann’s team earned a 1-0 victory over Saudi Arabia in an exhibition match in Newcastle, England, on Sept. 13. It was Klinsmann’s first win in six games as head coach of the national team since his controversial remote work arrangement.먹튀검증
“It was about 17 years ago that Klinsmann was heavily criticized in Germany for his residency,” said Germany Sport about Klinsmann’s controversial remote work arrangements. A year before the 2006 World Cup was held in Germany, the then German national team coach was publicly criticized. Despite the controversy, Klinsmann chose not to leave the United States, where he lives, and now he’s doing it again as head coach of the South Korean national team. As was the case nearly 20 years ago, Klinsmann’s absence has once again been highly criticized. Klinsmann noted that when he was head coach of the German national team, he was just as aware of the criticism of his behavior as he is now.