Joachim Löw and longevity luxury


By learning relevant lessons from the past and asking imaginative questions about the future, Joachim Covet ensures that his team is ready for the present. It's good because he has been given time to do it.

Pozo (1886-1968), is still the longest member of the national coach in European football history, from 1929 to 1948, the only coaching coach to take 19 years to serve in Italy is the World Cup (1934). And 1938).

At the end of the final of the World Cup final on July 15, 2018, the longest serviced European coach Greed will be in Germany for 12 years and three days.

And the 58-year-old will be expected that he will be in touch with Pojo's achievement and with the opportunity to maintain the World Cup at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.

But there are some of the two men - they have chosen football as an aspect and inventor who have long-term plans.


In the 1938 World Cup, there was a controversial pauso with Fascist Salit, who first established a pre-tournament training camp for Azureira and linked a strategic campaigner to the mitochondo system to use wingback.

And Löw has consistently adjusted for over a decade, continuous planning, research, thinking, and innovation - the skills of the international management industry.

"I think I'm a dreamer," he told the German football publisher this week. "We are only competing if we try to look beyond the horizon. Where is the future of football? We want to play in a few years?"

In Russia, Uruguay's Oscar Tabarz will be in charge of only one team. And long-term greed and its staff have the ability to compete in each tournament, even with confidence, even when the results of the warmer games from Russia decreased before the year 2018.

Since 2010, friendly players returning to Germany before a big tournament did not win, and rarely won Zimbabwe on Friday on Saudi Arabia to win five wins against France, England, Spain, Brazil, and Austria.

"These games do not bother me," emphasized in greed. "Warm up games are not necessarily about results. I mainly see how we work and how we implement the instructions. Actually, I learned a lot from them."

Lessons learned

In 2004, Jargon joined Clinsmann as the assistant to join the preparatory national team, but Luis has had seven major tournaments under his belt - and he failed to reach the semifinals.

"We've undergone a development for years," he said. "From 2014 to 2014 I have learned so much from 2012."

For example, in 2012, Borussia got involved in a bitter domestic struggle with Dortmund and Bayern Munich, the European Championship championship in Germany is in conflict between yellow / black and red isolation opposing the squad. Two years later, in Brazil's German camp, emphasizes the importance of the positive atmosphere and the spirit of the party, because its team won the tournament.

In 2016, the problems of Germany were more strategic, because after an event like Mario Gomez, an expert was uprooted from the absence of the striker, Thomas Muller was admitted to number 9. Greed will hope that in Russia, Timo Wenner is waiting for his World Cup debut

Old guard

Of course, there are other players before and still have full confidence on his old watch.

He said, "I expected and [Manel] Neur, [Mattes] Hummels, Jerome] Boateng, [Tony] Cross, Sami, Khasira, Muller and Mesut Ozile are still around our axis." "They've been proven for the past several years that they can still compete at the highest level."

Significantly, the greedy luxury of the national team as a coach has been able to develop a mentality that is usually available at the club level, where the coach is able to do daily work with their players - and it does not go unnoticed.

"Germans blame each other," Kicker told England's head coach Gareth Soutaghgate. "They have a great club mentality and go onto the pitch believer they are going to win. That's what we want to achieve with England."

Yet when the big event has negatively affected England for so many years, the Germans have shown time and time between iron that they have correctly understood how to get it. England has appointed five permanent coaches since 2006, but have enjoyed long life in Germany.