Flick to succeed Low as Germany new coach after Euro 2020

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Former Bayern Munich mentor Hansi Flick has signed a three-year deal to become Germany’s new head coach after the Euro 2020 finals.

He will take over the coaching reigns from his former boss Joachim Loew, who will leave the job after 15 years in charge later this summer.

“It’s all gone surprisingly quickly, but I am very happy to be Germany coach from the autumn,” said Flick.

The 56-year-old was Low’s assistant with Germany from 2006 to 2014, stepping down after they won the World Cup in Brazil.

Flick announced that he was leaving Bayern at the end of the season and will be replaced by RB Leipzig manager Julian Nagelsmann back in April this year.

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By FARPost Reporter

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