It is good that Joachim Löw is saying goodbye to the German footballers after the upcoming European Football Championship. That is what his fellow countryman Roger Schmidt, the current trainer of PSV, thinks.
“I was not shocked when I heard the news this week. I think Löw has been the national coach for 15 years now. It is a wise decision of his to quit. It is not only good for him, but also for German football”. , Schmidt said. “Who should succeed him? That depends a bit on who is available at that moment. The German federation now has some time to think about it. They should also use that time. They have 15 years ago for the last time. have to make a choice, so it is an important choice now. “
62-year-old Ralf Rangnick, former coach of Schalke 04, Hoffenheim and RB Leipzig, among others, is one of the names mentioned. “That would be a good choice,” said Schmidt, who does not aspire to a job as national coach at the moment.