HUMILIATING! – Archie Rhind-Tutt reaction to Germany's 4-1 loss to Japan | ESPN FC

HUMILIATING! – Archie Rhind-Tutt reaction to Germany’s 4-1 loss to Japan | ESPN FC
The ESPN FC crew discuss:

0:00 Luis Rubiales resigning as FA President
1:00 Germany 4-1 loss to Japan
6:00 Germany sack head coach Hansi Flick after loss
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29 opiniones en “HUMILIATING! – Archie Rhind-Tutt reaction to Germany's 4-1 loss to Japan | ESPN FC”

  1. This entire panel still has not received the memo….Japan is a very good team who on their best days resembles Spain in their approach to the game. They can play a very attractive style of ⚽️. To put it another way, if it faced the 🇺🇸 10 times, the Blue Samurai probably beats the 🇺🇸 7 out of 10 times.

  2. What a weird anti Bundesliga rant by Robbo at the start. Such pathetic snide digs at Archi. "coz you wanna say the Bundesliga is such a great league". Robbo is obviously a Premier League snob. The Bundesliga is one of the top leagues in Europe. Yeah Bayern dominate it(man citeh startin to do the same tbh) & thats a huge negative but its still a great league with lots of quality. He shouldnt be talking about the German national football team if he is ignorant about their league. I actually agree that Havertz hasnt done great, CL final goal or not. Robbo cud have easily countered Archi without dismissing the entire league like a petulant child.

  3. wat is this rubbish just cause scored a goal in a champs lg final should play regardless of how awful player is 🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️

  4. Germany always had great team spirit, they never had big names, and they always got the basics right. Thats why they used to win. They had a strong mentality, a will to win and always fought until the very end. These new players do not have this in them, they are not tough, they do not have the same mentality as the older players, they are mostly overpaid and dont have to do the work. As Klose once said "The football I grew up playing is no longer there. Today, all players care about their cars, their shoes with their name on it, and their image. While for me, the only thing that counted was football. Nothing else.” I started supporting Germany back in 2005 because their team and their team spirit was so good, they were always written off and thery always produced, time and time again. Today they are a disgrace. This is mostly a player problem, flick has little to do with it. He only lost 2/16 competitive game during his time in charge.

  5. I was really waiting for them to kick in to how smooth and composed Japan were, but not a word about a single Asian player, typical America tv

  6. No one has mentioned the quality (or is it lack of quality) of players available for selection. My view of the German team shown here is that if they were a Premiership side I wouldn’t expect them to finish much above half way at best. Every country goes through stages where sufficient quality players are simply not there, others suddenly have a ‘class of 92’. England, Italy, Spain, Portugal etc have all had spells of what Germany are going through. So have many Premiership teams. That’s football. Rather than just blame the manager I’d like to see someone try to put together a better German team at least on paper.

  7. Scoring one goal doesn’t define a career sorry Archie, he was incredibly fortunate to get that goal at that moment, he proved in the following months and years that it was a fluke moment and not pure quality

  8. All the German national team players are professionals, as you claim, in the most competitive European leagues in the world, yet they have been defeated in every match since 2014. What is the amount of competitive strength in the European leagues that cannot produce a German team capable of outperforming the Japanese Asian team?

    Sports media in Europe, like Hollywood in America, show the American soldier saving the world, and we found them fleeing like rats from armed gangs in Afghanistan.
    Just an illusion of power

  9. Archie Rhind-Tutt just plummeted in my estimation. So, a striker scored a goal eh? Wow!
    Obviously that means he'll be a great player for the rest of his career then.

  10. In my opinion, the reason national teams aren't performing as well as they used to is because players don't seem as proud or passionate about representing their countries anymore. I'm not talking about extreme political views, just that deep sense of pride in wearing their national jerseys.

    These days, it looks like players care more about their club teams than their national squads. This is especially noticeable with Germany. If you look back to the 1990s or even earlier, German players would give their all, showing immense passion and commitment. Fans could feel that connection.

    Unfortunately, that kind of passion doesn't seem as strong in today's game. Maybe it's due to changes in football itself or different tactics, but players also need to take some responsibility. Some of the current players don't seem to have that same burning desire. Perhaps they shouldn't be wearing their national jerseys if they can't ignite that old passion within themselves.

    And let's not forget to give credit to Japan, they played their game and deserved the win.

  11. Scoring a winning goal in a Champions League Final doesn't mean you can never be criticised ever again. Harvertz has not exactly been indispensable for club, or country.

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