“We have to look at the development,” said Bierhoff, left.
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German football will need to undertake major steps to remain competitive globally, the world champions' team manager Oliver Bierhoff said Wednesday ahead of their friendly against Spain this week.Bierhoff's comments come after Germany coach Joachim Loew said Bundesliga clubs were teaching players to play against the ball too much and not what to do when they have possession.Germany, four-time World Cup winners, overhauled the youth training system after disappointing results at the 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000 .Around 80 million euros ($98 million) per year flowed into new and obligatory youth training centers of Bundesliga clubs as an exciting generation of players was forged.
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