Germany tires of failures and dismisses coach Hansi Flick | The USA Print

Germany tires of failures and dismisses coach Hansi Flick

Germany tires of failures and dismisses coach Hansi Flick | The USA Print

The German Football Federation has exceeded its quota of patience with coach Hansi Flick and has dismissed him from the national teamalmost 24 hours after the humiliating defeat suffered this Saturday against their counterpart from Japan by 1-4 in a match held at the Volkswagen Arena in the city of Wolfsburg.

Through a brief statement published on social networks, the federation confirmed what is already being rumored by the different local media, that The national team has been temporarily left without a coach, this less than a year before Euro 2024 takes place.

“The general meeting of shareholders and the supervisory board of DFB GmbH und Co. KG decided today, on the proposal of DFB President Bernd Neuendorf, dismiss national coach Hansi Flick and the two assistant coaches Marcus Sorg and Danny Röhl from their duties with immediate effect“, expressed the governing body of German football this Sunday.

With the negative result this Saturday before The Japanese, the three-time world champions, went five games without winning, in that negative streak, they lost four games, all of them friendlies.. In fact, the last German victory this year dates back to March 5 when they beat the Peruvian team 2-0.

The German coach led the ‘Die Mannschaft’ for 24 games, in which he left a record of 12 wins, 7 draws and 5 losses, but Their biggest failure was the elimination in the group stage of the World Cup, in which they lost precisely to Japan.

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Hansi Flick confident in his work

Prior to officially learning of Hansi Flick’s dismissal, he had issued statements in which, despite the team’s defeats and poor image, he assured that he was the “right one” to lead the national team.

“It is clear that the disappointment is great and I can understand the criticism, I cannot say much more. I think we are working well and that I am the right coach“He expressed in the press conference prior to the match against the Asians.

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