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Slick and attractive, but ultimately short of variety and end product. France turn the tables After his German side overcame France in the semi-final of the 1986 World Cup, former . So how unnerving it must have been for the Deutschland old school to see the boot on the other foot in Marseille last week. Not this time though, the supposed second-stringers offering little in the way of game-changing boldness. Sammer quits Bayern In an unexpected development, Bayern Munich have announced the resignation of high-profile director of sport, Matthias Sammer.Strange that a team so bright, skilful and inventive should be so toothless up front. And for well over half a century, that very much was the case, the Germans prevailing in every big tournament encounter. Germany cast as the freewheeling ball-playing artists; France in grind-it-out mode, resiliently defying the wave upon wave of German attacks before taking advantage of two moments of German defensive madness: the Schweinsteiger ‘handball’ and the Kimmich-Neuer comedy of errors. The former German international and European Footballer of the Year for 1996 was diagnosed with a minor blood circulation problem in his brain three months ago and although now fully recovered, does not feel able to totally commit to his old job.
While he probably won’t emulate Oliver Kahn in 2002 and take home both the Golden Ball for best player and the Golden Glove, he could go home with an even better trophy—the World Cup.
When he started playing football at the tender age of four, he was put in goal simply because his team didn’t have anyone else between the sticks.
In France, they only managed only one goal from open play (Bastian Schweinsteiger versus Ukraine) and in the three games in which they used a false nine (deploying either the out of form Thomas Müller or Mario Götze), they only scored twice. While extremely pleasing on the eye, Jogi Löw’s side does lack rigour and focus at times, their soft underbelly having much to do with their poor semi-final record of the past decade; losing four out of six since 2006. “The post of sporting director at Bayern means you have to serve the team, the club with all your energy seven days a week, 24 hours a day,” said Sammer.
“At the moment I can’t meet those demands.” Renowned for his intense competitiveness and straight talking, Sammer has been on the Bayern pay-roll for the past four years, joining them in 2012 following a stint as DFB technical chief.
In training, Neuer sometimes plays in the outfield, splaying passes alongside Toni Kroos and Bastian Schweinsteiger, and it’s noticeable in his play as a self-styled offensive goalkeeper.