Euro 2020 - 'I'm not retiring' - Joachim Low to continue coaching after leaving Germany post
Joachim Low insists he is eager to take on a new challenge after leaving his post as Germany head coach. Low stepped down after Germany's Euro 2020 exit after 15 years at the helm. Low will now take a break, but confirmed he wants to manage again. "I never talked about retirement. There are definitely new tasks that are interesting for me," he said.
Head Coach Joachim Löw of Germany gives an interview after loosing the UEFA Euro 2020 Championship Round of 16 match between England and Germany
"For those people, after such a difficult year at home, to have that enjoyment we've given them today was very special.
"It didn't need me to say it, but when we got in the dressing room we were talking about Saturday already.
England fans roam through central London celebrating Germany win
“Today's been an immense performance but at a cost emotionally and physically. We need to make sure we recover well.
"It's a dangerous moment for us. We have a feeling round the country that we only have to turn up to win the thing now, but it's going to be an immense challenge from here on.
“The players' feet are on the ground, they should feel confident from the way they've played, but we came here with an intention and we've not achieved that yet.
"To see the second goal in was a really special moment. But we've not achieved what we want to achieve yet. We can look back on a day like today in the future, but I want to get my focus right and look ahead to Saturday."