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Jerome Boateng Says It’s Sad Not To Play For Germany Again



German International, Jerome Boateng, has said that it is saddening to be informed that he won’t play for the national team again

The German International is one of the trio forcefully retired from national duties by the German Football Association (GFA).

The trio of World Cup winners striker Thomas Muller and defenders Jerome Boateng and Mats Hummel were told by the Germany boss Joachim Low who travelled down to Munich to inform the trio of his decision to drop them from the national team to create space for younger players.

Taking to Twitter to react, Boateng wrote: ‘I am personally convinced that I can still play at the highest level and will continue to do so,’

‘I was always extremely proud to wear the national team top and I will never forget the summer of 2014. But I would have obviously wished for a different departure.’

He added on Instagram: ‘German coach Joachim Low told me today in a straightforward interview that I will not continue to be part of the DFB team, he wants to offer young players the stage in the future and especially in view of the upcoming tournaments of the team wants to give a new face.

‘I am sad about this news because it has always been the greatest thing for me to represent my country.’

‘Nevertheless, I respect the new course and understand the decision of the national coach. I was young myself and reliant on older players to make room for me. Personally, I am convinced that I can continue to play at the highest level and will continue to do so in the future.’

‘I will always look back with great pleasure on the time spent in the DFB team. I have always been extremely proud to wear the jersey of the national team and I will never forget summer 2014 in particular. Of course, I would have wished for another farewell for us.’

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