Klose joins Germany coaching staff

Former Germany international striker Miroslav Klose has confirmed that he has retired from football and that he will be joining the Germany coaching staff.

It is believed that he will be joining Joachim Low’s backroom staff as he continues to study towards his Pro coaching license.

The player who was playing for Lazio last season has announced his retirement at the start of this season and said that he is keen to embark on this new stage of his career. The player already retired from international football in 2014 after having won the World Cup with Germany. He is currently the highest goal scorer in World Cup history.

Miroslav Klose said that he was won different trophies during his career, but there is nothing compared to winning the World Cup. The player has played for Germany 137 times in his career and said that he would cherish the 2014 World Cup memories all his life.

He said that it is these good memories that have convinced him to continue his career as a coach and said that he wants to learn as much as he can by working with the German national side. He said that he is grateful to the coach Joachim Low to allow him to learn with the German team.

Joachim Low said that the team could benefit from the presence of Miroslav Klose around the team. He said that Klose has always been a role model and that his insights can be valuable for the players. He said that Klose has always been a reliable character and hope he will do the same with the national team. He said that he is ready to help Klose make his beginnings as a coach and hope he can also benefit from having a person like Klose around him.