At the age of 61, Joachim Löw has no plans of ending his coaching career just yet.
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Joachim Löw says he has no plans of retiring when he leaves his position as Germany coach this summer.
Having been part of Germany’s coaching team since 2004, the 61-year-old will be open to offers when his tenure comes to an end after this summer’s Euros.
“I’m totally motivated and looking forward to the upcoming games in March and to the European Championship. But my coaching career won’t be over after that because I love the daily work with the players and the individual training with the players,” said Löw, according to Sport1.
Löw has coached a number of teams in the past, including Stuttgart, Fenerbahce and Austria Wien.