Joachim Low to leave Germany manager role after Euro 2020: Six coaches who could succeed him

Arsene Wenger
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It has been a slow and painful death. Jogi Low has looked a lame duck of an international coach since Germany stumbled out of the 2018 World Cup at the group stage, the nation's worst result at an international tournewmnt for more than 80 years. Euro 2020 will be his final tournament in charge. 

Previous heroics, including the 2014 World triumph, afforded him additional time after the misery that followed four years later, but fans had been calling for change for three years. They have finally got what they want.

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