Former Germany midfielder Toni Kroos admits he is disappointed with the current result of the German side. But he is confident Hansi Flick will turn things around in the future. According to a report from ‘RTL’ on Thursday.
Germany, under Flick’s supervision, did not perform well as expected. Since being eliminated from the group stage of the 2022 World Cup and the Iron Eagles still performing poorly in the preseason game in June. But Kroos also defended the 58-year-old coach that there was a chance to turn the team back in the future. UFABET Before entering the Euro 2024 battle as a host.
‘I feel sorry for him. Not just because I like him. But because I know he’s a good coach too. He is highly experienced I know he has a way of getting out of this situation,’ Kroos said of Flick.
Kroos was likely to continue playing for Germany following Joachim Low’s retirement after Euro 2021, but the 33-year-old decided to retire from international duty under Flick, not out of controversy. With the current Trainer or with his former teammates. Many of those who won the 2014 World Cup are still in the squad, with Manuel Neuer and Thomas Muller helping the young generation.
‘I know most of the kids. They are much better than their recent performances.’ said Kroos. ‘I firmly believe Hansi will have a very good tournament next year.’