Joachim Low will remain as Germany manager despite their shock early exit from the World Cup in Russia.
The manager had sign a new 4 years contract deal with the Germany team despite the unfortunate for them qualifying to next stage of the Russia 2018.
The defending champions finished bottom of Group G after losing 2-0 to South Korea – the first time Germany have gone out in the first round of a World Cup since 1938 – so surprising.
Low despite all these odds,didn’t resign but rather ready to pursue the Germany team to a greater level – has extended his contract until 2022.
In World Cup history, the least Germany has reached over the years is quarter finals but at this year’s edition, they failed their fans drastically.
“I feel, in spite of the legitimate criticism of our departure, generally much support and encouragement,” said Low.
“But now I want to design the rebuilding with full commitment,” he added. “It all takes time, but everything will happen in time for the start of the new international season in September.”
Low, 58, guided Germany to the World Cup title in Brazil in 2014, four years after they finished third in South Africa.
Under his leadership, Germany finished as runners-up at Euro 2008 and reached the semi-finals in 2012.