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Will Germany lose Hansi Flick’s after FIFA World Cup failure

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Will Germany lose Hansi Flick‘s after FIFA World Cup failure. Germany decides to use Hansi Flick following its FIFA World Cup defeat. Despite their dismal performance at the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup, Germany’s manager Hansi Flick will stay on. The tournament’s group stages saw the four-time world champions lose.

Their campaign got off to an unexpected 2-1 loss to Japan. In the second game, Niklas Fullkrug’s late goal against Spain gave Flick’s team a point. Japan shocked Spain to advance as Group winners, defeating Costa Rica 4-2 in the third and final match of the group. La Roja, who finished second in Group E, moved on. Similar to Germany, they had four points, although Luis Enrique’s team had a better goal differential.

For the second time in a row, Die Mannschaft had to leave early. The 2018 FIFA World Cup’s top teams from Europe were also eliminated in the group stages. The poor outcome left a question mark over Flick’s position as national team manager. In 2021, the former Bayern Munich coach assumed control of the squad. He has overseen 19 games for the 2014 world champions, winning 11, losing 2, and drawing 6.

The agreement with Flick will end in 2024. That year, the UEFA EUROs will be held in Germany. He had earlier stated that he would like to continue leading till then despite the FIFA World Cup disaster. He spoke with the DFB earlier today and will continue to lead Die Mannschaft on their goal to the 2024 European Championship.

The Die Mannschaft struggled throughout the 2022 FIFA World Cup. With Niklas Sule and Nico Schlotterbeck underwhelming in Qatar, their defense wasn’t as strong. Aging and unable to have the World Cup impact expected of him, Thomas Muller.

They undoubtedly have a few outstanding young people in their ranks. Leroy Sane and Jamal Musiala, for example, will continue to be staples of the national squad for many years to come. Germany, however, cannot afford to have yet another subpar showing in a significant tournament, especially with the European championship being played at home in two years. The team will have to accept Flick’s philosophy.

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Salman Shaikh
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