10 Things You Need to Know About Joachim Low's Germany

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10 Things You Need to Know About Joachim Low's Germany
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Germany have evolved again and again since Joachim Low took the helm at Die Mannschaft in 2006. And the national team will likely evolve further under his tenure in the coming years as his contract runs through Euro 2016.

The trainer has led generally young German teams to third place at the 2010 World Cup, the final of Euro 2008 and the Euro 2012 semifinals but is yet to cross the final hurdle and win silverware. He'll look to change that this summer as his injury-hit national team prepares for next month's World Cup in Brazil.

Low is not the average national-team coach, he is a very philosophical man with deeply set ideologies. And he manages Germany in a unique way that can make some of his decisions rather difficult for many to understand.

As Low prepares his squad for a fourth tournament under his charge, B/R has compiled a list of the 10 things viewers should know about Low and his Germany team. Click "Begin Slideshow" to start the countdown.

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