After a weak 1-4 loss to Japan, the German Football Federation (DFB) fired coach Hansi Flick. Although this was only a friendly match, the decision was made due to a series of poor performances of the tank under the former Bayern Munich captain.
Flick could not help Germany pass the 2022 World Cup group stage, since then they have also lost 4 more of their last 5 matches.
Now they will look for a more suitable name to bring the country’s football back to its right position. There are already candidates on the radar, such as Julian Nagelsmann or Jurgen Klopp. And according to The Independent’s journalist Miguel Delaney, DFB also considers bringing Ralf Rangnick to the hot seat.
Although the 65-year-old captain is currently taking over the Austrian team. But the German side may find a way to break the contract if he agrees to lead their national team.
Rangnick possesses extensive expertise and is respected by many top coaches. He also had a time leading Manchester United as an interim coach but was unsuccessful.
Truong Son | 11:52 September 11, 2023