BERLIN, Jan 16 (Reuters) - Hansi Flick, Germany's assistant coach when they won the 2014 World Cup, stepped down from his role as the football association's (DFB) sports director on Monday. The 51-year-old worked alongside Germany coach Joachim ... Yahoo!Xtra, 5 days ago
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Hansi Flick has resigned as the sporting director of Germany's football association. Horst Hrubesch, who coached Germany to a silver medal Rio Olympic Games, has replaced him on an interim basis. Hansi Flick's 10-year stint at the German football ...Deutsche Welle, 5 days ago Flick resigns as DFB's sporting director AOL UK, 5 days ago
Former Germany assistant coach Hansi Flick has quit his post as sport director of the German federation DFB, the organization said Monday, and will be temporarily replaced by Horst Hrubesch. "I am grateful to the (DFB) board for their ...Al Riyadh, 5 days ago Flick leaves the "Mannschaft" Deutschland.de, 4 days ago
Marco Reus has missed two major tournaments with Germany because of injury. Joachim Low has told dpa that he hopes Marco Reus can spearhead Germany's 2017 Confederations Cup squad this summer. Reus, 27, has missed Germany's last two tournaments ...ESPN Soccernet, 2 weeks ago
Germany's record goalscorer Miroslav Klose is starting a traineeship with the national team as the retired striker looks to kick off his coaching career, the German Football Association said on Tuesday.Klose, who helped his country win the 2014 World Cup and became the all-time top scorer at the tournament with 16 goals, ended his playing career last season at Lazio."He will undergoing an individual training and trainee programme with the clear aim of starting a coaching career," the FA said in ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago World Cup top-scorer Klose retires at 38 Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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