After losing by a landslide against Japan, the German team announced the departure of Flick and Rudi Völler as an interim to face France.
the German team announced that Hansi Flick He was dismissed from his position as strategist of the representative, a decision made after the proposal of the president of the German Football Federation, Bernd Neuendorf.
“The general meeting of shareholders and the supervisory board of the DFB decided today, at the suggestion of the president, Bernd Neuendorf, to remove the national coach from his duties. Hansi Flick and the two assistant coaches Marcus Sorg and Danny Röhl,” it was reported in a statement, after Saturday’s 1-4 loss against Japan.
Flick He is a strategist for Bayern Munich and stands out by leading the team to the treble in the 2020 season by winning the Bundesliga, the German Cup y the Champions League.
His performance allowed him to achieve the German team looks to keep him in the spotlight, after the departure of Joachim Low, but the results are not as expected.
The helmsman had a good start with the German team, as it started with a 2-0 victory against his counterpart from Liechtenstein and then had another seven consecutive victories.
However, after that came difficult moments for the helmsman, because he scored four times against the teams of the Netherlands, Italy, England and Hungary.
The downward inertia began and in the last 17 games of the German representative, the strategist achieved only four victories, namely Italy, Oman, Costa Rica and Peru.
Germany’s can not exceed the previous Qatar 2022 World Cup thanks to Hansi Flick because they were removed from the group stage, but despite this he was confirmed in his position.
Bad consequences continue for Germany’s and last Saturday they suffered a historic defeat when they fell 4-1 against the Japanese team, in a match where the Europeans were the locals, which ultimately led to their departure. Rudi Völler will play provisionally against France on Tuesday and it is expected that a replacement will be announced later. Flick.