Actually, they are friends. Jürgen Klinsmann was in charge of 2006, the German national team at the home world Cup and the summer fairy-led, Joachim Löw was his assistant. Therefore it was not surprising that the Ex-national coach, as his successor Löw recently strengthened again and again.
“I’m a Fan of the national team. I believe in Yogi. I believe in his rod, and keep my fingers crossed that we will get the curve.” But now the 54-Year-old brings a man to the DFB in the game, not to speak to the Löw is currently very well should be.
Klinsmann advises the German football Association (DFB), the promotion of talent to the support of former national players such as Michael Ballack. “I think it would be nice if we had more practitioners of the DFB in different positions,” said Klinsmann of the “sport Bild” and added: “It would be fantastic if the DFB would win player like Michael Ballack.”
Klinsmann with provided the reasons for his assessment. “I think that especially in the case of the Junior national teams people should participate who have experienced as a player through all of this, the emotional world of a player,” said Klinsmann. “Theory-you Know you can always learn. Every former player can learn the Funktionärsjob, but a functionary can be difficult for practitioners.”
The former DFB-captain Ballack had taken care of in the previous week caused a stir when he criticised Germany coach Joachim Löw and the DFB-top for the continuation of the Era Löw despite the failure at the world Cup finals in Russia.
Klinsmann believes, however, that Ballack could just be for the young German player is valuable – maybe even as a coach. “He has a huge treasure of knowledge, is personable, straight ahead. For him all doors are open,“ said Klinsmann.