The former Bayern Munich head coach was impressed by what he saw at Die Manshaft’s rivals at Euro 2020.
Hansi Falk said he would try to emulate the competitive spirit of Italy and Spain, as he promised in his first press conference as head coach of the national team on Tuesday to make Germany great.
The former Bayern Munich boss, who has taken over the DFB for Joachim Loew, was impressed by the “charming” intensity and passion of these teams at Euro 2020. Semi final
So Falk will try to create this uplifting, more oppressive style in the German squad that led to Lo’s final 16 defeat to England in the final.
What has been said?
“Obviously our goal is to get back into world football.” Falak said. “It will not be easy, but our team is in good condition and we have a lot of quality.
“It’s not something that can happen overnight, but we will do everything we can to reach that goal.
“We saw the intensity and passion in the Spain-Italy match and it was charming. They already tried to put pressure on their opponents, won the ball more and used set pieces to make things in the game.
“We can learn from the best, and try to take these things into our matches. Step by step, we have to try to get back to where we were.”
The 56-year-old added: “When you make an initial attack as a unit, the path to the opposition’s target is short. If you try to change things quickly, you have a better chance of success. That’s what we want our team to see. “
The future of Mرller, Hummels and Boating.
Tony Cruz has already announced his international retirement, and there is speculation that other veterans, such as Thomas Mرller, Matt Hummels and Jerome Boateng, could be pushed out as Germany freshen up with a young team. Is visible
However, Falak left the door open for players returning to World Cup qualifiers.
“The best players will be called,” he said. “If they do as well as they did in the past, I’m assuming they can still do it, they’re part of that team.”