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German U21 stars trust Stefan Kuntz to succeed Joachim Löw in the future

By Rune Gjerulff

Stefan Kuntz has been backed to succeed Joachim Löw in the future by a handful of the players from the German under-21 national team.

Stefan Kuntz.
Stefan Kuntz.Photo: Steven Schaap, Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 4.0
German under-21 internationals Luca Waldschmidt, Mahmoud Dahoud, Benjamin Henrichs and Eduard Löwen all feel sure that Germany under-21 coach Stefan Kuntz has what it takes to eventually succeed Joachim Löw as the coach of the senior team.

Here's what the four U21 stars told Bild when they were asked if Kuntz is capable of succeeding Löw, whose contract runs until 2022, when his time as Germany coach is up.

Luca Waldschmidt:
"Of course I trust him to become coach of the senior team, that's no question for me at all. He has proven that he's successful. The way he deals with the players is very good."

Benjamin Henrichs:
"When the Löw era is over at some point, I absolutely trust him to succeed him. Kuntz knows what matters."

Mahmoud Dahoud:
"We trust him. With all his experience, he could certainly train the senior eleven."

Eduard Löwen:
"I'm sure Kuntz has what it takes."

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