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Just the wind or the end for the world champion? Leaving Joachima Löwa at Jérôme Boateng asks questions. In an explosive fight against the Netherlands, Löw continues to be careful about changing staff. Boateng makes a change to other claims.
For coach Jérômea Boateng Joachim Löw has no use in explosive reproduction that ends in a match against the Netherlands.
However, Bayer coach Niko Kovac immediately reacted to speculations that the former world champion would end his career in the national football team jersey. "This is the decision of the national coach, that Jérôme does not, that is a novelty, but that does not mean that he will not be there in the future," Kovač told Löws a surprising decision of the International Match Staff of this so disappointing World Cup year.
Löw's statement to give up Boateng at the final match in the National League against the Netherlands on November 19 in Gelsenkirchen and a test four days earlier in Leipzig against Russia, but left much room for interpretation.
"I'm convinced he is currently enjoying the break, and I told him that we have plenty of alternatives to his position, especially with younger players," said Löw, who was already after Sami Khedira's design,
Boateng responded moderately to a temporary temporary DFB absence. "After a very good and confidential interview with a national coach, we left behind after a difficult year for two upcoming international partners to pause to continue working on my fitness in Munich," he wrote on Twitter and wished, linked by Löw, "all the best" . There is no need to say "this is the end of Jérôme in the national team," coach Bayer Kovač said.
Immediately, 30-year-old Boateng challenged a twofold conversation with Herbert Grönemeyer with statements of racist hostility to him, especially during his youth career. "In some games in Marzahna or in Leipzig, our parents spit on us from other players, some of us only ten years old," Boateng reported in his new Boa magazine. He did not let his daughters go to certain parts of Berlin.
In the capital's cup match, the father of the adversary "insulted all the time and screamed to his son," Finish the fucking nigger. "At some point I started shouting," Boateng said.
Once again Munich defended Mesut Ozil, who was retired after the World Cup for racist attacks by fans of the DFB team. "After the tournament, I realized we could do much more for Mesuta in the team and make us stronger in the public," Boateng said. The national team had "a completely different image missed, although for years they have been trying not only to successfully play the team but also to broadcast a modern picture of Germany," said native Berliner.
At the end of the year, 22-year-old Jonathan Tah returns to Löw's team as a replacement for Boateng. Already in October, Leverkusen jumped after Boateng struggled 0-3 in the Netherlands with muscular problems until the final whistle and play in France (1: 2) was no longer available.
After 76 international meetings, Boateng must now look at how potential heirs are present. "Of course, that must first prove that they can approach the Jérôme level," he described his policy of careful change of staff.
In addition to Boatenga, Ilkay Gündogan (loss of fitness), substitute goalkeeper Marc-André ter Stegen (problems of the shoulder) and Emre Can (illness) are missing. Toni Kroos will not be there against Russia and joining the team for a competitive match against the Netherlands. "After the World Cup, I had several conversations with Tony and of course I know that for years she was unbelievably under stress," Löw Kroosu explained in honor of his job.
This time, a new coach came to train a national coach. The prominent returnee is Marco Reus, who is absent in October. "Of course I am happy for Marco, to finally have a strong phase with Borussia Dortmund and that in that state can give the national team a tail in the wind," Löw said. Also present are Leroy Sané and Serge Gnabry with whom the national coach in Paris gave a signal for change as a young turbo storm.
If things go badly for Löw's team, leaving a group of top nations might even be sealed before the fight against Oran. If the Netherlands beat France on November 16, Germany will surely be the last in Group 1 and should compete against other teams at the next 2020 edition of the competition. If the Netherlands lose the world champion, Löw will be saved with his victory against Oran.
"Of course we want to do all we can to stay in the league, but we do not have it in hand, our view goes beyond the bounds of the National League and the European Championships 2020 is the next big goal," Löw said.
Goal: Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich), Bernd Leno (Arsenal), Kevin Trapp (Eintracht Frankfurt)
Defender: Matthias Ginter (Borussia Mönchengladbach), Jonas Hector (FC Köln), Mats Hummels (Bayern Munich), Thilo Kehrer (Paris Saint-Germain), Antonio Rüdiger (Chelsea FC), Nico Schulz (1899 Hoffenheim), Niklas Süle (Bayern Munich), Jonathan Tah (Bayer Leverkusen)
Attacker: Julian Brandt (Bayer Leverkusen), Julian Draxler (Paris Saint-Germain), Serge Gnabry (Bayern Munich), Leon Goretzka (Bayern Munich), Kai Havertz (Bayer Leverkusen), Joshua Kimmich (Bayern Munchen), Toni Kroos Real Madrid / Netherlands), Thomas Müller (Bayern Munich), Marco Reus (Borussia Dortmund), Sebastian Rudy (FC Schalke 04), Leroy Sané (Manchester City), Mark Uth (FC Schalke 04), Timo Werner (RB Leipzig). (AP)
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