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How Germany used youth and coach development to get back to the top

The ESPN FC panel ruminate on whether arrogance and complacency cost the U.S. a place at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
There is no mincing of words as the ESPN FC team dissect what went wrong during the USMNT's World Cup campaign.

In the aftermath of the U.S.' World Cup exit, theories have been offered as to how to fix things. Almost 20 years ago, Germany faced a similar issue. Raphael Honigstein, author of "Das Reboot. How German football reinvented itself and conquered the world," explains what they did next.

Given the country has Europe's biggest economy, a population of 80 million and seven million registered players, Germany winning the World Cup in 2014 -- their fourth in 60 years -- wasn't really the stuff of...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

Germany, Portugal, Belgium and Spain top seeds for UEFA Nations League

Didier Deschamps applauds his France squad, saying it was not easy for Les Bleus to win their World Cup Qualifying group.

England will be in Pot 2 for the group stage draw of the 2018 UEFA Nations League draw, which takes place on Jan. 24.

Germany, Portugal, Belgium and Spain are the top seeds and cannot play each other, with France, England, Switzerland and Italy in pot 2. The final pot of League A contains Poland, Iceland, Croatia and Netherlands.

The competition, which will begin in September 2018, will run alongside qualifying for the European Championship and has been introduced to provide more competitive and...

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Germany to stay top of FIFA Ranking, Peru enter top 10 for first time

With the playoff teams set in Europe, the FC crew assess which unseeded side has the best chance of reaching the World Cup.

Germany will stay top of the FIFA World Ranking for the second consecutive month when the new table is published on Monday.

The top six remains unchanged from last month, with Brazil, Portugal, Argentina, Belgium and Poland following behind the current world champions.

The list will be used to create the pots for the World Cup finals draw on Dec. 1, which means those six nations, along with hosts Russia, are joined by France. Les Bleus sneaked into the top seeds right at the end of qualifying after...

Low's lowdown: The key questions facing Germany at the World Cup

Germany coach Joachim Low says he will make the national side enjoyable again.

After an unconvincing qualifying campaign for Euro 2016, Germany upped their game to register a perfect 10 on the road to Russia. Winning all 10 matches, with a goal difference of +39, constitutes a new world record in the preliminaries.

Joachim Low's men narrowly beat Spain's qualifying numbers from the World Cup in 2010 but as Thomas Muller acknowledged, comfortable wins against Azerbaijan and San Marino "won't guarantee results in Russia."

But the competitive matches since the Euro 2016 semifinal...

Germany coach Joachim Low: Hard work starts after perfect campaign

World champion Germany put five past Azerbaijan and finished World Cup qualifying with a 100 percent record.
Joachim Low says Germany must bring the enjoyment back to football in the country.

Germany have completed a perfect qualification campaign for the 2018 World Cup, making it 10 wins from 10 matches with a 5-1 win over Azerbaijan on Sunday, but coach Joachim Low said they must "remain grounded."

The World Cup holders averaged more than four goals a game and conceded only four, bettering Spain's 10 victories during their 2010 qualifying campaign on goal difference.

Having already ensured qualification with a win in Northern Ireland, Germany crushed Azerbaijan thanks to a Leon Goretzka...