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Hansi Flick – Germany

Ever since Joachim Löws decision to leave Germany's bench vacant after the European Championship 2020 was accompanied by Hansi Flick's decision to leave Bayern and to take over the national team.

Joachim Löw, held the position of selector for 15 years. During that time, he won the title of world champion in 2014 in Brazil.

After the World Cup in Russia fiasco, the Germans remain faithful to the system and continuity, they tried to show stability, so they extended Joachim Löw's contract faster and better. Few of those suppressed smiles, hand in hand, let's move on. It was as if nothing had happened, and not that the world champion flew out of the World Championship as if shot out of a cannon.

Joachim Löw had a great first ten years on the German bench. Five tournaments, five times he reached at least the semi-finals, won the title of world champion in 2014, knocking out the host Brazil on the way with those spectacular 7:1.

Lev's last three years on the bench of the national team were disappointing. The preliminary round of the World Cup, elimination in the round of 16 of the Euro, only two wins in seven games at the big final tournaments... Finally, a defeat by the biggest rival England in a big competitive match after more than two decades.

Lev started the rejuvenation, it's up to Flick to continue it. Flick's big advantage will be that he will not have the imperative of a big result in Qatar. The Germans have clearly set their goal - the title at Euro 2024, where they will also host the World Cup final in 2026.

One of Flick's primary tasks will be to promote Kimich into the new leader, that is, to push the super-talented Musiala and Florian Wirtz to the maximum. Estimates are that if Wirtz continues on the path he has taken, the departure of Toni Kroos will not be irreplaceable.

And how the Germans will play under Flik could largely depend on Bayern. His favorite is definitely 4-2-3-1 and so it was. He implemented it immediately.

For the Germans, Flick is a logical successor to Lev, because he was his assistant in the national team for a long time, and he also proved himself as an independent coach in Bayern, with whom he won domestic trophies and the Champions League.

Hansi Flick alongside Pep Guardiola are the only managers that have won sextuple with their teams, and also, he led Bayern Munich to 2nd treble in the history of the club.

With national team in the first 10 matches he still is undefeated and his main goal as national team’s manager is winning the European Championship in 2024, which will be played in Germany. The last continental championship title won by the Panthers was in 1996.