In this file photo taken on September 1, 2014, Germany's head coach Joachim Loew shows the world cup trophy to fans during a public training session of the German national football team in Duesseldorf, western Germany. (AFP / Patrik STOLLARZ)
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Joachim Loew believes Germany will be hunted "like never before" when they attempt to become the first team for 56 years to successfully defend the World Cup in Russia.Loew sees Brazil -- who beat Germany 1-0 in a friendly in Berlin in March, -- Spain, England, France and Argentina as Germany's main threats at Russia 2018 .Germany have reached at least the semi-finals of every major tournament since the 2006 World Cup finals with Loew in charge.Under his stewardship, Germany have cemented their reputation as a tournament team capable of raising their performances for the big occasions.The 58-year-old stepped up from his role as assistant to replace Jurgen Klinsmann as head coach in 2006 and Germany went on to finish as runners-up at Euro 2008, then third at the 2010 World Cup.
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