• Bierhoff and Köpke also handed two more years
• Löw has yet to win a major title since taking charge in 2006
Germany's coach Joachim Löw has extended his contract until 2016, with the general manager Oliver Bierhoff and goalkeeping coach Andreas Köpke also committing to new two-year deals.
The extensions were announced on Friday, just a week after Germany booked a place at next summer's World Cup finals. "I really enjoy working with the team and the coaches and I feel a great deal of motivation to develop this team further," Löw told the German Football Association's official website. "We're not yet at the end of our path and we still have big goals that we want to achieve together."
Löw took over as Germany's coach following the 2006 World Cup, replacing Jürgen Klinsmann, for whom he had worked as assist.......
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