Joachim Löw is under pressure! After the 6-0 embarrassment against Spain, nothing speaks for the 60-year-old, who – at least publicly – can still be sure of the support of the DFB decision-makers. According to information from image his departure before the EM is still “not off the table”.
And so it happens that all kinds of potential successors for Bundes-Jogi are already being traded in the media and fan camps. The fans’ favorites would be Hansi Flick and Jürgen Klopp, but they are still tied to their clubs for the long term and are therefore almost certainly out of the race. A name that is also mentioned more often is that of Ralf Rangnick, who is currently without activity after leaving the RedBull empire and would therefore be available.
in the RTL donation marathon Rangnick was asked if he would be ready to take on the prestigious office of national coach. “It’s not proper. We have a national coach who has done a good job so far. It is not appropriate to talk about it,” the 62-year-old refused to give a clear answer.
Rangnick did not want to completely rule out an offer from the DFB: “Nobody can know that. I’ll let it come to me and I’m very excited myself.”
Rangnick would definitely have the technical know-how to bring ‘The Team’ back into shape. And the fact that the native of Backnang could lead the national team of his country back to fame and title should be incentive enough for the ambitious tactician to commit if the worst comes to the worst.