Löw: The Czechs will force us to give away everything

Despite the fact that the Germans are a huge favorite before Saturday’s World Cup qualification against the Czech team, coach Joachim Löw urges caution. According to him, his opponent will force his spies to give away everything. In preparation for the match in Hamburg coach he watched the German and Czech league.

The Germans entered the qualifying group win 3: 0 in Norway, while the Czechs tied at home 0: 0 with Northern Ireland. “The fact that we are the reigning world champions, our task is to qualify for the World Cup 2018 as the winner of the group. Won in Norway, 3: 0 is a good start, but we must not rest on our laurels,” said before Saturday’s game Löw.

“Both Czechs and Northern Irish have high ambitions.And with the same concentration, we must also make matches with Azerbaijan and San Marino. This group is much more balanced than it seems at first glance. We have to pay close attention to the Czechs. They are forcing us to give ourselves everything, we must be careful not to catch up with us, “added a sixty-five-year-old coach.

The German team has been leading a coach since 2006, while his Czech counterpart Karel Jarolím took over the team after this Euro, where the national team with one point ended in the group. “Despite the outcome of the tournament in France, I absolutely have no doubt that Czech football has great potential. It enjoys great esteem.My counterpart Karel Jarolím is doing the right thing to get the Czech team out of the Eura stronger. “I do not think it is an advantage that the Czech team after the Euro ended some important players like the goalkeeper Petr Čech, the midfielder Jaroslav Plašil whether defenders Roman Hubnik or David Limbersky. “I think it is common for most teams to go through a certain stage of redeployment as a result of big tournaments.Look at us, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Lukas Podolski have finished a European career after Euro, other key players such as Phillipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker and Miroslav Klose have finished the 2014 World Championship, “he said.

i> “But the fact that one door closes means that others will open. In other words, it is a great opportunity to move the younger players to the next level, ”

When preparing for the Jarolim whole, Löw watched the matches of the Czech league. ” Of course in preparation for the match I has been intensively engaged in the Czech style of the game and the individual players, so in the last few weeks I have watched the Czech league much closer and more carefully than usual.In addition, three Czech teams with different players are fighting in the European League, which also talks about the great potential of Czech football, “said the native of Schönau.

He expects the Czech team to go up in the coming years. i> “I think the Czechs have an interesting and promising generation of players who can make their name in the next few years. For example, in Bundesliga it’s only a matter of time before Pavel Kadeřábek, Theodor Gebre Selassie and Vladimir Darida, who is currently injured, will take another step in their career, “Löw added.