After Spain thrashed the team 6-0 in their final group match of the Nations League on Tuesday, Germany’s boss, Joachim Löw, is not at risk of losing his job, said National Team Director Oliver Bierhoff.
Germany suffered their worst setback in a close game, as Spain ran wild and a shell-shocked Löw was at a loss to justify the capitulation of his side in Seville that prevented their qualification for the semi-finals of the Nations League.
Asked whether Loew would remain the coach until the Euros, Bierhoff told ARD TV: “Absolutely, yes. This game changes nothing. We still trust Joachim Löw, no doubt about that.”
“With the national team, you have to think and analyze from tournament to tournament. We want to achieve the maximum at next year’s Euros.”