Loew confirmed that he will stay as coach of the German national football team. AFP / CHRISTOF STACHE
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Loew, who has coached Germany for 10 years and to five straight semifinal appearances at World Cups and Euros, said in a statement Tuesday he planned to continue, ending some speculation that the 56-year-old might step down.Loew had triggered speculation that he might step down right after Germany lost to France 2-0 in the semifinal when he was asked about his future.Loew also led Germany to the 2014 World Cup title – the country's fourth after 1954, 1974 and 1990 .Loew is one of the longest-serving national team coaches anywhere but ranks only third in Germany after 10 years at the helm.
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