Discussion in 'Germany: National Teams' started by The Old Lady Hertha, Aug 23, 2006.
I find it a bit random, but I guess Loew and Klinsi's moves were that to begin with. Making the head of sports a hockey coach
I dont know much about him but is the assistant at Salzburg under Lothar Matthäus which is comforting. Only time will tell what his impact is, but I think its important for Loew especially since the expectations are so high that he has someone he feels comfortable with at his side. It's still a sad thing to talk about Klinsi off the sidelines, but hopefully he will at least move back to Germany and away from that she devil that stole him from us
Hansi Flick did a great job as manager of the 3rd league team TSV Hoffenheim (near Heidelberg) a few years ago and was Trapattoni's co-manager in Salzburg lately.
He's not that experienced...but I think he's the right choice for Jogi Löw.
PS: Are there any Bayern fans who remember Flick as Bayern player?
i've heard about him playing in bayern...
Well, he can form complete sentences, answer simple yes/no questions and isn't a DSF expert. Sounds like the perfect man for the job, seeing the competition.