Germany will emphasise more on bringing youth talents to the senior setup, Joachim Low has confirmed.
It has been a rough few months for the German football team since their group league ouster in the World Cup. Low’s men were tipped to defend their crown successfully but surprisingly they got omitted from the first round.
They were hoping to recover some of their lost glory in the UEFA Nations League but back to back defeats at the hands of Netherlands and France ensured their demotion to the League B.
Following Germany’s Russia debacle Low’s future looked in doldrums but the German football association decided to pin their belief on the manager hoping he would turn things around.
But the situation has gone worse and the German manager has now indicated he is ready to welcome a new crop of young players. “The Netherlands deserved their win against the world champions.
“For us, the feeling is obviously quite bitter since we now no longer have chance to stay in League A. We have to accept that.
“Our focus however is now like it was before — solely on qualifying for the European Championship, where we want to send a strong team out.
“With this in mind we will have lots of room to allow young players to come in and for them to get more and more experience with the national team.
“In this year, which overall has been very disappointing for us, we want to put on a good show for the fans on Monday in Gelsenkirchen.”