Bayern Munich coach Hans-Dieter Flick confirms that he has excluded the idea of coaching Germany, succeeding Joachim Loew.
Bayern Munich coach Hans-Dieter Flick has confirmed that he is not thinking of coaching the German national team, succeeding Joachim Loew.
In an interview with the German newspaper “Welt am Zontag” published on Sunday, Flick said: “I have a contract here. I have a great team and I work for a great club. There are a lot of good things at the moment.”
Flick’s name has been repeatedly put forward to succeed Loew in coaching the German national team in light of the crisis he is witnessing due to the historic loss to Spain 0-6 in the European Nations League, especially since Flick was an assistant to Luff in the 2014 World Cup, which Germany crowned his title.
Regarding the loss with a hexagon, Flick said: “In my estimation, the national team will play a good role in the European Championship next year if it takes the appropriate preparation, and the question about me (to replace Loff) is not an issue for me.”
Flick expressed his understanding of Love’s adherence to excluding Bayern Munich players Thomas Müller and Jerome Boateng and Borussia Dortmund player Mats Hamels from the “Manshavt”.
Flick said: “Yogi decided this and I fully understand his adherence to his decision, and this is legitimate, and here it is about developing the performance of young players, and there are great talents to come, and this way is okay, and I am very pleased that Jerome and Thomas are doing the best performance for Bayern.”