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Honigstein: How Germany faced failure

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World Cup questions for Low, Germany

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Werner and Germany's feelgood factor

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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...

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...

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European World Cup qualifying - how Germany can make it to Russia

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Thomas Muller and Germany could qualify for Russia as long as they do not lose at Northern Ireland.

The final rounds of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup take place between Oct. 5 and Oct. 10.

The nine group winners qualify automatically, with the other four places decided by playoffs between the eight best runners-up.

Group C: 1. Germany, 24 points (a-Northern Ireland, h-Azerbaijan)

Germany will win the group if they avoid defeat in Belfast. Even then, they would stay two points clear and need only one more point due to goal difference.

Click here for other UEFA teams' qualifying chances.

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Bayern Munich, Germany teammates express sympathy for Manuel Neuer

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Manuel Neuer will not be able to play until 2018 after undergoing surgery on his left foot on Tuesday.

Manuel Neuer won't be able to play for Bayern Munich until at least January after breaking his left foot. Judging by his teammates' reactions, he will be missed.

Several players wished the Bayern goalkeeper and Germany international well on social media on Tuesday, not long after he underwent surgery and the team announced the extent of his injury.

Neuer injured the foot in training over the weekend and only last month returned from a similar injury sustained during Bayern's Champions League quarterfinal...

Timo Werner excites as rampant Germany stroll towards World Cup

The ESPN FC crew answer your tweets on England and the World Cup, Christian Eriksen and Romelu Lukaku.
The ESPN FC crew answer your tweets on England and the World Cup, Christian Eriksen and Romelu Lukaku.
The ESPN FC crew answer your tweets on England and the World Cup, Christian Eriksen and Romelu Lukaku.

In recent years, Germany's qualifying campaigns have generally been as low on excitement as a daily commute to the office. You know precisely where you're going. You know for certain that you'll get there. And it doesn't really matter if some journeys are a little smoother and faster than others because the real work only starts once you arrive.

On the face of it, Monday's 6-0 cakewalk past a hopelessly inferior Norway wasn't really suited to generating much of a thrill either. The paucity of the...

Germany, Dortmund great Andreas Moller on meeting Gazza after Euro 96

Germany's Andreas Moller celebrates his winning penalty against England in their Euro 96 semifinal.

In 1996, football was coming home, and England were set to end 30 years of hurt. After a dramatic 120 minutes at Wembley, Germany and Euro '96 hosts England were locked at 1-1 in their semifinal, and six years on from Italia '90, penalties would once again be used to separate the two nations.

At 5-5 in the shootout, Gareth Southgate stepped toward the spot and had his shot saved. Back on the halfway line, Germany captain Andreas Moller was preparing for his attempt. The Borussia Dortmund midfielder...