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Official: Low to step down as Germany coach

Germany manager Joachim Low will venture down from his job as public group mentor, following the UEFA European Championship in the not so distant future. 

Low's 15-year-spell as Germany's lead trainer is set to reach a conclusion, after Euro 2020 after the German strategist mentioned to have his agreement ended a year early. 

The 61-year-old, who has been responsible for Die Mannschaft since 2006, guided the country to magnificence at the 2014 FIFA World Cup and was set to stay in control until 2022, however will presently surrender his part toward the finish of the impending competition. 

"Joachim Low will end his work as public mentor after the European Championship in summer 2021," the DFB said in an authority explanation. 

"The public group mentor requested to end his agreement, which initially ran until the 2022 World Cup, endless supply of the European Championship competition. The German Football Association (DFB) consented to this." 

Low, who likewise went through two years with the public group as Jurgen Klinsmann's partner, uncovered his pride and honor at having had the chance to have driven his country, and focused on that his inspiration stays unblemished to prevail at the Euros. 

"I make this stride intentionally, loaded proudly and gigantic appreciation, and yet keep on being exceptionally propelled with regards to the impending European Championship competition," he said. 

"Glad, since it is something unique and an honor for me to be associated with my country. What's more, since I have had the option to work with the best footballers in the country for very nearly 17 years, and backing them in their turn of events. 

"I have incredible victories with them and difficult losses, however over every single numerous brilliant and supernatural minutes - not simply winning the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. I'm and will stay thankful to the DFB, which has consistently furnished me and the group with an ideal workplace."

Source: Kickoff

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