LONDON (Reuters) – Germany coach Joachim Loew expects there to be a renewed debate over his future after a 3-0 loss to the Netherlands in the Nations League on Saturday.
“Of course, I have to expect that. It is something I have to live with. For this result we must all take responsibility,” he told reporters after the defeat left Germany bottom of their group.
Loew’s contract runs until 2022.
He received a further vote of confidence from the German Football Federation (DFB) in July, despite his side’s shock group-phase exit at the World Cup in Russia, after defeats to Mexico and South Korea.