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Joachim Löw

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Joachim Löw is a name many football fans will know as the Germany national team head coach and yet another coach that loves to adopt a very attacking style of play. 

Löw has his German side playing nothing short of total football which was made famous by The Netherlands back in the 1970's. He has had some successes with this style and would be a great fit for Arsenal who adopt a very similar style. 

The former FC Tirol Innsbruck manager has been in charge of the national side since 2006, and may feel that he needs a change after next summer's World Cup in Brazil, where Germany are expected to be one of the firm favourites for the title.

He has had some notable success but remains eluded by international silverware which he could end this Summer.

Germany have received a lot of admiration for all they have achieved. Löw's Germany were third place in World Cup 2010 and were also semi-finalists in UEFA Euro 2012.

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