World Cup winner Joachim Low is set to achieve somewhat that no other German coach have achieved in the history of German Football. The four times FIFA World Cup and three times Euro Cup winners have played FIFA Confederations Cup two times, but failed to conquer. Now, Joachim Low eyes to fill the trophy cabinet of Germany with a title that is missing.
Joachim Low looking to win first Confederations Cup title
Die Mannschaft made debut of Confederations Cup in 1999 in Mexico, but eliminated in group games following defeats against Brazil and United States. Six years later, Germany qualified for FIFA Confederations Cup 2005, but again missed the chance to win the title and had to satisfy with third place. They were eliminated by Brazil in semi final who later wont the title.
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Under the management of Joachim Low, Germany finished at third place in 2010 FIFA World Cup, finished UEFA Euro 2008 as runners-up and finally won the World Cup title in 2014 in Brazil. He is one title away to be the most successful Football coach of Germany. Victory in FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 could make it. While speaking to FIFA.com, he said
“It’s a good tournament and an important one. We experienced it ourselves in 2005, when a kind of spirit of optimism came over the country. It’s important that you prepare the players for what happens at a tournament, like a World Cup, for example. You can get a better idea of a situation.”
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“They can get to know the conditions, the atmosphere in the country, the stadiums and the journeys involved. It was like that in Brazil. We, the coaching staff, were there beforehand, although not with the team. But those are important experiences that help you going forward.”
World Champions Germany are in Group B with Cameroon, Chile and Australia. Their first game is against AFC Champions Australia on 19 June 2017. On 22nd June, they will play against Copa America winners Chile and will face Africa Cup of Nations Cameroon on 25 June.