Hansi Flick sacked as Germany national team manager
Hansi Flick has been sacked as the manager of the Germany national football team. The decision was made today by the German Football Association (DFB) following a meeting between Flick and DFB officials.
Flick, who took over as Germany manager in August 2021, had a disappointing tenure with the national team. Under his leadership, Germany failed to advance past the round of 16 in the UEFA European Championship earlier this year. The team’s performance in the tournament was widely criticized, and there were calls for Flick to be replaced.
The DFB released a statement announcing Flick’s departure, stating that they had “mutually agreed” to end his contract. The statement also thanked Flick for his efforts and wished him well in his future endeavors.
Flick’s departure comes as a surprise to many, as he had previously enjoyed success as the manager of Bayern Munich. During his time at Bayern, Flick won numerous domestic and international titles, including the UEFA Champions League.
The DFB now faces the task of finding a new manager to lead the national team. The search for Flick’s replacement is expected to begin immediately, with several high-profile candidates rumored to be in contention.
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