Germany Hires Ugandan Legend as Their New Coach

Germany hires Ugandan coach

The German Football Association (DFB) has made a shocking and unprecedented decision to appoint the former player of the Ugandan national football team, Timothy Avani, as the new coach of the German national team. Avani, who represented Uganda in the 2001 African Cup of Nations, where they suffered a 10-1 defeat to Djibouti, will take over from Julian Nagelsmann, who quit after Germany failed to qualify for the 2022 World Cup.

The DFB revealed that Avani was selected after a rigorous and thorough selection process, which involved interviewing dozens of candidates, analyzing their tactics, skills, and achievements, and conducting psychological and personality tests. The DFB praised Avani for his vision, passion, and charisma, and said that he had a clear plan to restore Germany’s glory and dominance in world football.

Avani’s main goals will be to win the 2024 European Championship, which will be hosted by Germany, and the 2026 World Cup, which will be held in the USA, Canada, and Mexico. The DFB expressed their full confidence and trust in Avani, and said that they expected him to bring a new style, spirit, and culture to the German team.

Avani, who is 42 years old, expressed his honor and humility by the opportunity, and said that he was ready to face the challenge. He stated that he had always admired and respected the German team, and that he had learned a lot from watching them play. He claimed that he had a lot of ideas and innovations to offer, and that he would make Germany the best team in the world.