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FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 Promotional Video HD

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Loew COnfirms Rumors Are Rubbish

Germany boss Joachim Loew has confirmed that he is going nowhere after rumours heavily linking him with a club job in the next few months. Loew managed to win the World Cup 2014 by getting Germany to the title. In the process, he has broken several records and brought joy to the team that has been without one since 1990. Germany came into the World Cup after having not won a major trophy for decades, while they also had to deal with several heartbreaks in recent major tournaments. The national team reached the finals of the Euro 2012 and semifinals of the previous world cups.

The disappointment finally broke through to give the light of success after the national team won the World Cup by beating Argentina 1-0 in the final. Loew managed to achieve this success by including a lot of youngsters in the team. He said after the victory that Germany could go on to dominate world football for the next decade. However, there was a lingering doubt that he could step down from his role after achieving the ultimate glory. Resignation would also have allowed him to go out on top especially having been criticised severely at the start of the tournament.

Loew, though, has confirmed that he will remain as the national team coach of Germany until Euro 2016.

“At the moment, I can imagine nothing more beautiful than to continue working with this team, to guide it to the European Championship in France, to develop the team and the individual players further. I am as motivated as I was on the first day with DFB. We celebrated a gigantic success in Brazil but there are other goals that we want to achieve. The World Cup 2014 was a highlight for all, but it was not a conclusion,” said the former assistant.

2014 Fifa World Cup Brazil Vs England (Video Game Gameplay Demo)

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Loew Proves Criticism Wrong

Germany manager Joachim Loew created history by leading his team to World Cup success. The manager had come into the tournament with a lot of speculation about his future. He had previously failed to lead the German team past the final hurdle, while the defending came under intense scrutiny just ahead of the tournament. Loew, though, put behind every criticism and managed to lead Germany to their first major title in 24 years. Germany managed a 1-0 win over Argentina and won the final at the Maracana stadium in Brazil.

Loew was widely expected to step down from his role if Germany lost the final. As it is, the solitary goal from Mario Gotze in extra time was enough to seal the victory. Germany had many chances to score throughout the match, but they were finally relieved to beat the Argentine goalkeeper in extra time. After the immense success, Loew claimed that this is just the start of a wonderful year for the German national team. A number of players in this team are aged between 23 and 25. Loew reckons that they are yet to hit the peak.

Loew sees no reason why Germany cannot dominate world football for the next 5 to 7 years like Spain did after winning the Euro 2008.

“I think this title will give us a push for the future, we don’t have many players in the squad above 30. Look at Gotze, (Thomas) Muller, (Mesut) Ozil and (Marco) Reus, who wasn’t here – there are a lot of players who can still achieve a lot in their careers. The Bundesliga has a huge influence on the team and the training the young players get; we had an extremely young team in South Africa in 2010. In 2000 and 2004, German football was down and out, we went out in the group phases so we took decisive steps and invested more in the players’ education,” said Loew.

England Vs Italy 1-2 – Lego Football Goals & Highlights – FIFA World Cup 2014 – [High Quality]

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Loew Expects Injuries To Heal In Time

German national team boss Joachim Loew has claimed that he expects midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger and defender Philipp Lahm to be fit for the World Cup. These players come on the back of a very long and hard campaign with Bayern Munich, which has prevented them from training with the group in the last few days of the training camp. There have also been reports that the German training camp has been resembling a hospital. Such allegations have been dismissed by Loew, who is under increasing pressure to deliver a major title with the national team.

Germany have come close to winning major tournaments since the 2006 World Cup. The country has been producing a number of talented youngsters like Toni Kroos over the years, but they are yet to end the trophy drought that has been going on for several years. Germany will be coming under a tough World Cup group stages since they will come up against Portugal, United States and Ghana. Loew surprised a few by naming a very young provisional squad, although some of the youngsters have been removed from the final 23 man squad.

One of the major absentees is Mario Gomez, which leaves the national team without top strikers other than Miroslav Klose, who is 36 years old. “(When you) see reports you would think that we are in a hospital here but that is not the case. We will travel to Brazil with a competitive and good team. The players are working very well and as it stands now I am very satisfied. Some are still injured and cannot fully train with the team but they are all training individually and I am very confident that it will work out. Philipp will start running on Tuesday and then we have to see every day,” said the manager.