Loew: Only Fine Tuning Needed For Germany

German Football
By German Football June 6, 2010 00:25

Loew: Only Fine Tuning Needed For Germany

Having had time to digest Thursday evening’s 3-1 victory over Bosnia, Germany boss Joachim Loew appears in an upbeat mood over the state of his camp prior to the World Cup.

Though die Mannschaft turned in a rather lamentable first half against the Bosnians, they fought back in the second period to overturn a 1-0 deficit. It wasn’t perfect, according to the coach, but it was a performance that showed his players’ capabilities.

“We just need to do a little fine-tuning,” he told ARD. “We have a good team, high spirits and we can play a good tournament. There is a lot of potential and we have worked really well.”

The form of Miroslav Klose continues to give Germany cause for concern, as the figure who has so often been their key marksman in the past looks well off his best form. Despite this, Loew will not make any rash decisions regarding the Bayern Munich ace.

“’Miro’ just needs match practice. We have 20 outfield players and every single one of them is important,” the coach explained before praising Thomas Mueller. “There was a lot of good movement from him and he likes to get into the attack.”

Clearly there are still issues for the coach to cope with ahead of Germany’s opening World Cup encounter against Australia.

German Football
By German Football June 6, 2010 00:25
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