Following a disappointing 4-1 defeat against Japan, the German national team has made the decision to part ways with manager Hansi Flick.
The announcement was made less than 24 hours after the crushing loss.
In a statement released on Sunday, the committees expressed the need for new impetus and a spirit of optimism and confidence as they prepare for the European Championship.
Rudi Voller will temporarily take charge of the team for their upcoming fixture against France.
Voller acknowledged Flick’s efforts to turn things around but stated that the recent performance against Japan highlighted the need for change.
The focus now is on finding a new national coach who can realign the team and prepare them for the European Championship.
Flick took over the role in 2021, succeeding Joachim Low, but struggled to replicate the success of his predecessor.
This article was updated 1 month ago