Germany coach Joachim löw shared his thoughts about the events in Paris.
“No sense in talking about other countries. What happened in Paris could happen in any other country. We are waiting for the Euro in France, and everything will be done to run the tournament in safety,” – said the coach.
“We needed some time to cope with the shock that hit us in the locker room. We didn’t think about the game with Holland upon arrival in Frankfurt, but in the morning it became clear that the game should go in solidarity with French friends.”
“We talked with the players on Friday night, all in shock. All spoke with a psychologist. When we were in the locker room all night, no one slept. The French team made a magnificent gesture: they stayed with us in solidarity,” said Leo.
In a series of terrorist attacks in Paris that occurred in the night of Saturday, 14 November, killing over 150 people.