72 year old man Hrubeschwhose birthday is April 17, has agreed with the association that it will initially only look after European runners-up players until the final Nations League group game against Wales this Tuesday.

Praise from Rettig

Grubes was in early October after the then national team coach reported illness. Martina Voss-Tecklenburg, whose contract with the German Football Association (DFB) was terminated, served as interim head coach. “It’s great what Horst has accomplished here with his coaching team,” Rettig said. “You can see that the team has a completely different body language, they are on fire, running after the coach.”

Should the DFB beat Wales on Tuesday, they are certain to compete in the Nations League final four at the end of February, which will play out the other two European spots at next summer’s Paris Olympics. . France is already planning to host the Olympic Games.

Need for clarification: position of the DFB sporting director

Before the game against Denmark, Hrubesch had already made it clear that he would also be keeping an eye on the team in the final tournament. What happens next is unclear and will likely depend on whether the German team takes part in the Olympics or not. “I want to stick with it for now and see how it develops,” the 1980 European champion said on Friday night.

Clarification is also still needed regarding the position of the DFB’s sports director for German women footballers. Although the agreement with 2003 world champion Nia Kuntzer (43) is considered undisputed, it can be implemented. Rettig but had not yet been announced Friday. “We made a promise to the new director – whether it be Nia Kuntzer or not. We have everything settled. Now we need to clarify things that are not within our scope of decision,” he explained.
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